The Last Coyote

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Los Angeles has suffered an earthquake. Harry Bosch's house is teetering, condemned, and his girlfriend has left him, he's also been forced to have 'stress counselling' after a punch-up with a senior police officer. Harry reopens the murder investigation of his prostitute mother. He traces the histories of the cops involved, examines the evidence, tries to track down his mother's pimp, friends, anyone who knew her. It all seems to hinge on a DA Conklin, now old and disabled. He loved Bosch's mother, to the point of wanting ...

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janie2threads

Oct 22, 2010

michael connelly

anything by michael connelly is a great read. If you have not read any of his books start with black echo and read them in order. his characters come back and even show up in books that they are not the main character in. I have read them all twice.

jwsorrow

May 9, 2009

Always a good read

Although Connelly isn't a great writer, he is one of the best with the Cop/murder genre; this is one of his earlier efforts -- recently reissued in hard cover (paper over boards w/o DJ) but a really pleasant read. Buy and enjoy

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