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Lost Light The ninth Harry Bosch novel is unique in a couple of ways To begin with, Harry is no longer a cop He has abruptly resigned from the LAPD and is now a private citizen again Secondly, while virtually all of the other novels in the series are told from the third person point of view, this story is narrated in the first person by Harry himself.Harry has been off the job for several months by the time the book opens He has gone through the motions of getting a license as a P.I., but he s not actively pursuing it as a career Mostly, he s just sleeping late and wondering what to do with himself He finally decides to get busy by digging into an old, unsolved case that has haunted him for years.While still a homicide detective, Bosch had been called to the scene of the murder of a young woman named Angella Benton Benton had been violated before being killed, and in death, she was found lying on the floor with her hands outstretched, as if in prayer Bosh discovered that the victim was a production assistant for a movie studio, and only a few days after Benton s murder, a brazen gang stole 2 million from a movie set belonging to the studio where Benton worked The police brass quickly jumped to the conclusion that the young woman s murder was linked to the robbery Thus the homicide investigation was taken away from Bosch, rolled into the investigation of the robbery, and assigned to other detectives But neither case was ever solved.Bosch has never forgotten the image of Benton s body lying on the floor and thus decides to investigate the case on his own in the hope of providing some justice, however belated, for the young victim He s at an obvious disadvantage, though Without a badge and the power of the city behind him, the investigation will be much difficult, if not impossible But then the task becomes infinitely harder when the Powers That Be in the police department discover that Bosch is nosing around the case and order him to stand down for reasons they will not explain.Those who ve read this series know that Bosch was never very fond of authority while employed by the LAPD and that he often disregarded orders and went his own way in search of the truth In this case, of course, Harry will will persist in his investigation and soon finds himself in very serious trouble and in very grave danger.This is a very good entry in the series, and it s especially fun to watch Harry work from outside of the system rather than from within The book, which was published in 2003, also raises some very troubling questions about civil liberties in the post 9 11 era, and is critically important in other ways to the development of the main character Lost Light should appeal to anyone who enjoys crime fiction, and no fan of the Harry Bosch series will want to miss it. The ninth Harry Bosch novel is unique in a couple of ways To begin with, Harry is no longer a cop He has abruptly resigned from the LAPD and is now a private citizen again Secondly, while virtually all of the other novels in the series are told from the third person point of view, this story is narrated in the first person by Harry himself.Harry has been off the job for several months by the time the book opens He has gone through the motions of getting a license as a P.I., but he s not actively pursuing it as a career Mostly, he s just sleeping late and wondering what to do with himself He finally decides to get busy by digging into an old, unsolved case that has haunted him for years.While still a homicide detective, Bosch had been called to the scene of the murder of a young woman named Angella Benton Benton had been violated before being killed, and in death, she was found lying on the floor with her hands outstretched, as if in prayer Bosh discovered that the victim was a production assistant for a movie studio, and only a few days after Benton s murder, a brazen gang stole 2 million from a movie set belonging to the studio where Benton worked The police brass quickly jumped to the conclusion that the young woman s murder was linked to the robbery Thus the homicide investigation was taken away from Bosch, rolled into the investigation of the robbery, and assigned to other detectives But neither case was ever solved.Bosch has never forgotten the image of Benton s body lying on the floor and thus decides to investigate the case on his own in the hope of providing some justice, however belated, for the young victim He s at an obvious disadvantage, though Without a badge and the power of the city behind him, the investigation will be much difficult, if not impossible But then the task becomes infinitely harder when the Powers That Be in the police department discover that Bosch is nosing around the case and order him to stand down for reasons they will not explain.Those who ve read this series know that Bosch was never very fond of authority while employed by the LAPD and that he often disregarded orders and went his own way in search of the truth In this case, of course, Harry will will persist in his investigation and soon finds himself in very serious trouble and in very grave danger.This is a very good entry in the series, and it s especially fun to watch Harry work from outside of the system rather than from within The book, which was published in 2003, also raises some very troubling questions about civil liberties in the post 9 11 era, and is critically important in other ways to the development of the main character Lost Light should appeal to anyone who enjoys crime fiction, and no fan of the Harry Bosch series will want to miss it. The ninth Harry Bosch novel is unique in a couple of ways To begin with, Harry is no longer a cop He has abruptly resigned from the LAPD and is now a private citizen again Secondly, while virtually all of the other novels in the series are told from the third person point of view, this story is narrated in the first person by Harry himself.Harry has been off the job for several months by the time the book opens He has gone through the motions of getting a license as a P.I., but he s not actively pursuing it as a career Mostly, he s just sleeping late and wondering what to do with himself He finally decides to get busy by digging into an old, unsolved case that has haunted him for years.While still a homicide detective, Bosch had been called to the scene of the murder of a young woman named Angella Benton Benton had been violated before being killed, and in death, she was found lying on the floor with her hands outstretched, as if in prayer Bosh discovered that the victim was a production assistant for a movie studio, and only a few days after Benton s murder, a brazen gang stole 2 million from a movie set belonging to the studio where Benton worked The police brass quickly jumped to the conclusion that the young woman s murder was linked to the robbery Thus the homicide investigation was taken away from Bosch, rolled into the investigation of the robbery, and assigned to other detectives But neither case was ever solved.Bosch has never forgotten the image of Benton s body lying on the floor and thus decides to investigate the case on his own in the hope of providing some justice, however belated, for the young victim He s at an obvious disadvantage, though Without a badge and the power of the city behind him, the investigation will be much difficult, if not impossible But then the task becomes infinitely harder when the Powers That Be in the police department discover that Bosch is nosing around the case and order him to stand down for reasons they will not explain.Those who ve read this series know that Bosch was never very fond of authority while employed by the LAPD and that he often disregarded orders and went his own way in search of the truth In this case, of course, Harry will will persist in his investigation and soon finds himself in very serious trouble and in very grave danger.This is a very good entry in the series, and it s especially fun to watch Harry work from outside of the system rather than from within The book, which was published in 2003, also raises some very troubling questions about civil liberties in the post 9 11 era, and is critically important in other ways to the development of the main character Lost Light should appeal to anyone who enjoys crime fiction, and no fan of the Harry Bosch series will want to miss it. The ninth Harry Bosch novel is unique in a couple of ways To begin with, Harry is no longer a cop He has abruptly resigned from the LAPD and is now a private citizen again Secondly, while virtually all of the other novels in the series are told from the third person point of view, this story is narrated in the first person by Harry himself.Harry has been off the job for several months by the time the book opens He has gone through the motions of getting a license as a P.I., but he s not actively pursuing it as a career Mostly, he s just sleeping late and wondering what to do with himself He finally decides to get busy by digging into an old, unsolved case that has haunted him for years.While still a homicide detective, Bosch had been called to the scene of the murder of a young woman named Angella Benton Benton had been violated before being killed, and in death, she was found lying on the floor with her hands outstretched, as if in prayer Bosh discovered that the victim was a production assistant for a movie studio, and only a few days after Benton s murder, a brazen gang stole 2 million from a movie set belonging to the studio where Benton worked The police brass quickly jumped to the conclusion that the young woman s murder was linked to the robbery Thus the homicide investigation was taken away from Bosch, rolled into the investigation of the robbery, and assigned to other detectives But neither case was ever solved.Bosch has never forgotten the image of Benton s body lying on the floor and thus decides to investigate the case on his own in the hope of providing some justice, however belated, for the young victim He s at an obvious disadvantage, though Without a badge and the power of the city behind him, the investigation will be much difficult, if not impossible But then the task becomes infinitely harder when the Powers That Be in the police department discover that Bosch is nosing around the case and order him to stand down for reasons they will not explain.Those who ve read this series know that Bosch was never very fond of authority while employed by the LAPD and that he often disregarded orders and went his own way in search of the truth In this case, of course, Harry will will persist in his investigation and soon finds himself in very serious trouble and in very grave danger.This is a very good entry in the series, and it s especially fun to watch Harry work from outside of the system rather than from within The book, which was published in 2003, also raises some very troubling questions about civil liberties in the post 9 11 era, and is critically important in other ways to the development of the main character Lost Light should appeal to anyone who enjoys crime fiction, and no fan of the Harry Bosch series will want to miss it. The ninth Harry Bosch novel is unique in a couple of ways To begin with, Harry is no longer a cop He has abruptly resigned from the LAPD and is now a private citizen again Secondly, while virtually all of the other novels in the series are told from the third person point of view, this story is narrated in the first person by Harry himself.Harry has been off the job for several months by the time the book opens He has gone through the motions of getting a license as a P.I., but he s not actively pursuing it as a career Mostly, he s just sleeping late and wondering what to do with himself He finally decides to get busy by digging into an old, unsolved case that has haunted him for years.While still a homicide detective, Bosch had been called to the scene of the murder of a young woman named Angella Benton Benton had been violated before being killed, and in death, she was found lying on the floor with her hands outstretched, as if in prayer Bosh discovered that the victim was a production assistant for a movie studio, and only a few days after Benton s murder, a brazen gang stole 2 million from a movie set belonging to the studio where Benton worked The police brass quickly jumped to the conclusion that the young woman s murder was linked to the robbery Thus the homicide investigation was taken away from Bosch, rolled into the investigation of the robbery, and assigned to other detectives But neither case was ever solved.Bosch has never forgotten the image of Benton s body lying on the floor and thus decides to investigate the case on his own in the hope of providing some justice, however belated, for the young victim He s at an obvious disadvantage, though Without a badge and the power of the city behind him, the investigation will be much difficult, if not impossible But then the task becomes infinitely harder when the Powers That Be in the police department discover that Bosch is nosing around the case and order him to stand down for reasons they will not explain.Those who ve read this series know that Bosch was never very fond of authority while employed by the LAPD and that he often disregarded orders and went his own way in search of the truth In this case, of course, Harry will will persist in his investigation and soon finds himself in very serious trouble and in very grave danger.This is a very good entry in the series, and it s especially fun to watch Harry work from outside of the system rather than from within The book, which was published in 2003, also raises some very troubling questions about civil liberties in the post 9 11 era, and is critically important in other ways to the development of the main character Lost Light should appeal to anyone who enjoys crime fiction, and no fan of the Harry Bosch series will want to miss it. The ninth Harry Bosch novel is unique in a couple of ways To begin with, Harry is no longer a cop He has abruptly resigned from the LAPD and is now a private citizen again Secondly, while virtually all of the other novels in the series are told from the third person point of view, this story is narrated in the first person by Harry himself.Harry has been off the job for several months by the time the book opens He has gone through the motions of getting a license as a P.I., but he s not actively pursuing it as a career Mostly, he s just sleeping late and wondering what to do with himself He finally decides to get busy by digging into an old, unsolved case that has haunted him for years.While still a homicide detective, Bosch had been called to the scene of the murder of a young woman named Angella Benton Benton had been violated before being killed, and in death, she was found lying on the floor with her hands outstretched, as if in prayer Bosh discovered that the victim was a production assistant for a movie studio, and only a few days after Benton s murder, a brazen gang stole 2 million from a movie set belonging to the studio where Benton worked The police brass quickly jumped to the conclusion that the young woman s murder was linked to the robbery Thus the homicide investigation was taken away from Bosch, rolled into the investigation of the robbery, and assigned to other detectives But neither case was ever solved.Bosch has never forgotten the image of Benton s body lying on the floor and thus decides to investigate the case on his own in the hope of providing some justice, however belated, for the young victim He s at an obvious disadvantage, though Without a badge and the power of the city behind him, the investigation will be much difficult, if not impossible But then the task becomes infinitely harder when the Powers That Be in the police department discover that Bosch is nosing around the case and order him to stand down for reasons they will not explain.Those who ve read this series know that Bosch was never very fond of authority while employed by the LAPD and that he often disregarded orders and went his own way in search of the truth In this case, of course, Harry will will persist in his investigation and soon finds himself in very serious trouble and in very grave danger.This is a very good entry in the series, and it s especially fun to watch Harry work from outside of the system rather than from within The book, which was published in 2003, also raises some very troubling questions about civil liberties in the post 9 11 era, and is critically important in other ways to the development of the main character Lost Light should appeal to anyone who enjoys crime fiction, and no fan of the Harry Bosch series will want to miss it. The ninth Harry Bosch novel is unique in a couple of ways To begin with, Harry is no longer a cop He has abruptly resigned from the LAPD and is now a private citizen again Secondly, while virtually all of the other novels in the series are told from the third person point of view, this story is narrated in the first person by Harry himself.Harry has been off the job for several months by the time the book opens He has gone through the motions of getting a license as a P.I., but he s not actively pursuing it as a career Mostly, he s just sleeping late and wondering what to do with himself He finally decides to get busy by digging into an old, unsolved case that has haunted him for years.While still a homicide detective, Bosch had been called to the scene of the murder of a young woman named Angella Benton Benton had been violated before being killed, and in death, she was found lying on the floor with her hands outstretched, as if in prayer Bosh discovered that the victim was a production assistant for a movie studio, and only a few days after Benton s murder, a brazen gang stole 2 million from a movie set belonging to the studio where Benton worked The police brass quickly jumped to the conclusion that the young woman s murder was linked to the robbery Thus the homicide investigation was taken away from Bosch, rolled into the investigation of the robbery, and assigned to other detectives But neither case was ever solved.Bosch has never forgotten the image of Benton s body lying on the floor and thus decides to investigate the case on his own in the hope of providing some justice, however belated, for the young victim He s at an obvious disadvantage, though Without a badge and the power of the city behind him, the investigation will be much difficult, if not impossible But then the task becomes infinitely harder when the Powers That Be in the police department discover that Bosch is nosing around the case and order him to stand down for reasons they will not explain.Those who ve read this series know that Bosch was never very fond of authority while employed by the LAPD and that he often disregarded orders and went his own way in search of the truth In this case, of course, Harry will will persist in his investigation and soon finds himself in very serious trouble and in very grave danger.This is a very good entry in the series, and it s especially fun to watch Harry work from outside of the system rather than from within The book, which was published in 2003, also raises some very troubling questions about civil liberties in the post 9 11 era, and is critically important in other ways to the development of the main character Lost Light should appeal to anyone who enjoys crime fiction, and no fan of the Harry Bosch series will want to miss it. The ninth Harry Bosch novel is unique in a couple of ways To begin with, Harry is no longer a cop He has abruptly resigned from the LAPD and is now a private citizen again Secondly, while virtually all of the other novels in the series are told from the third person point of view, this story is narrated in the first person by Harry himself.Harry has been off the job for several months by the time the book opens He has gone through the motions of getting a license as a P.I., but he s not actively pursuing it as a career Mostly, he s just sleeping late and wondering what to do with himself He finally decides to get busy by digging into an old, unsolved case that has haunted him for years.While still a homicide detective, Bosch had been called to the scene of the murder of a young woman named Angella Benton Benton had been violated before being killed, and in death, she was found lying on the floor with her hands outstretched, as if in prayer Bosh discovered that the victim was a production assistant for a movie studio, and only a few days after Benton s murder, a brazen gang stole 2 million from a movie set belonging to the studio where Benton worked The police brass quickly jumped to the conclusion that the young woman s murder was linked to the robbery Thus the homicide investigation was taken away from Bosch, rolled into the investigation of the robbery, and assigned to other detectives But neither case was ever solved.Bosch has never forgotten the image of Benton s body lying on the floor and thus decides to investigate the case on his own in the hope of providing some justice, however belated, for the young victim He s at an obvious disadvantage, though Without a badge and the power of the city behind him, the investigation will be much difficult, if not impossible But then the task becomes infinitely harder when the Powers That Be in the police department discover that Bosch is nosing around the case and order him to stand down for reasons they will not explain.Those who ve read this series know that Bosch was never very fond of authority while employed by the LAPD and that he often disregarded orders and went his own way in search of the truth In this case, of course, Harry will will persist in his investigation and soon finds himself in very serious trouble and in very grave danger.This is a very good entry in the series, and it s especially fun to watch Harry work from outside of the system rather than from within The book, which was published in 2003, also raises some very troubling questions about civil liberties in the post 9 11 era, and is critically important in other ways to the development of the main character Lost Light should appeal to anyone who enjoys crime fiction, and no fan of the Harry Bosch series will want to miss it. The ninth Harry Bosch novel is unique in a couple of ways To begin with, Harry is no longer a cop He has abruptly resigned from the LAPD and is now a private citizen again Secondly, while virtually all of the other novels in the series are told from the third person point of view, this story is narrated in the first person by Harry himself.Harry has been off the job for several months by the time the book opens He has gone through the motions of getting a license as a P.I., but he s not actively pursuing it as a career Mostly, he s just sleeping late and wondering what to do with himself He finally decides to get busy by digging into an old, unsolved case that has haunted him for years.While still a homicide detective, Bosch had been called to the scene of the murder of a young woman named Angella Benton Benton had been violated before being killed, and in death, she was found lying on the floor with her hands outstretched, as if in prayer Bosh discovered that the victim was a production assistant for a movie studio, and only a few days after Benton s murder, a brazen gang stole 2 million from a movie set belonging to the studio where Benton worked The police brass quickly jumped to the conclusion that the young woman s murder was linked to the robbery Thus the homicide investigation was taken away from Bosch, rolled into the investigation of the robbery, and assigned to other detectives But neither case was ever solved.Bosch has never forgotten the image of Benton s body lying on the floor and thus decides to investigate the case on his own in the hope of providing some justice, however belated, for the young victim He s at an obvious disadvantage, though Without a badge and the power of the city behind him, the investigation will be much difficult, if not impossible But then the task becomes infinitely harder when the Powers That Be in the police department discover that Bosch is nosing around the case and order him to stand down for reasons they will not explain.Those who ve read this series know that Bosch was never very fond of authority while employed by the LAPD and that he often disregarded orders and went his own way in search of the truth In this case, of course, Harry will will persist in his investigation and soon finds himself in very serious trouble and in very grave danger.This is a very good entry in the series, and it s especially fun to watch Harry work from outside of the system rather than from within The book, which was published in 2003, also raises some very troubling questions about civil liberties in the post 9 11 era, and is critically important in other ways to the development of the main character Lost Light should appeal to anyone who enjoys crime fiction, and no fan of the Harry Bosch series will want to miss it. The Vision Has Haunted Him For Four Years A Young Woman Lying Crumpled In Death, Her Hand Outstretched In Silent Supplication Harry Bosch Was Taken Off The Angella Benton Murder Case When The Production Assistant S Death Was Linked With The Violent Theft Of Two Million Dollars From A Movie Set Both Files Were Never Closed Now Retired From The LAPD Bosch Is Determined To Find Justice For Angella Without A Badge To Open Doors And Strike Fear Into The Guilty, He S On His Own And Even In The Face Of An Opponent Powerful And Ruthless Than Any He S Ever Encountered, Bosch Is Not Backing Down


About the Author: Michael Connelly

See this thread for information. Michael Connelly decided to become a writer after discovering the books of Raymond Chandler while attending the University of Florida Once he decided on this direction he chose a major in journalism and a minor in creative writing a curriculum in which one of his teachers was novelist Harry Crews After graduating in 1980, Connelly worked at newspapers in Daytona Beach and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, primarily specializing in the crime beat In Fort Lauderdale he wrote about police and crime during the height of the murder and violence wave that rolled over South Florida during the so called cocaine wars In 1986, he and two other reporters spent several months interviewing survivors of a major airline crash They wrote a magazine story on the crash and the survivors which was later short listed for the Pulitzer Prize for feature writing The magazine story also moved Connelly into the upper levels of journalism, landing him a job as a crime reporter for the Los Angeles Times, one of the largest papers in the country, and bringing him to the city of which his literary hero, Chandler, had written After three years on the crime beat in L.A., Connelly began writing his first novel to feature LAPD Detective Hieronymus Bosch The novel, The Black Echo, based in part on a true crime that had occurred in Los Angeles, was published in 1992 and won the Edgar Award for Best First Novel by the Mystery Writers of America Connelly has followed that up with 26 novels Fifty eight million copies of Connelly s books have sold worldwide and he has been translated into thirty nine foreign languages He has won the Edgar Award, Anthony Award, Macavity Award, Los Angeles Times Best Mystery Thriller Award, Shamus Award, Dilys Award, Nero Award, Barry Award, Audie Award, Ridley Award, Maltese Falcon Award Japan ,.38 Caliber Award France , Grand Prix Award France , Premio Bancarella Award Italy , and the Pepe Carvalho award Spain.Michael was the President of the Mystery Writers of America organization in 2003 and 2004 In addition to his literary work, Michael is one of the producers and writers of the TV show, Bosch, which is streaming on Prime Instant Video Watch in the USA


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