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The Last Coyote Harry Attacked His Commanding Officer And Is Suspended Indefinitely, Pending A Psychiatric Evaluation At First He Resists The LAPD Shrink, But Finally Recognizes That Something Is Troubling Him And Has For A Long Time In , When Harry Was Twelve, His Mother, A Prostitute, Was Brutally Murdered, And No One Has Ever Been Accused Of The CrimeWith The Spare Time A Suspension Brings, Harry Opens Up The Thirty Year Old File On The Case And Is Irresistibly Drawn Into A Past He Has Always Avoided It S Clear That The Case Was Fumbled And The Smell Of A Cover Up Is Unmistakable Someone Powerful Was Able To Divert Justice And Harry Vows To Uncover The Truth As He Relentlessly Follows The Broken Pieces Of The Case, The Stirred Interest Causes New Murders And Pushes Harry To The Edge Of His Job And His Life

10 thoughts on “The Last Coyote

  1. says:

    The fourth Harry Bosch novel finds the L.A.P.D homicide detective depressed and in a world of trouble In a fit of anger, he pushed his boss s head through a window and has been suspended from the force His badge and gun are gone and he s forced to undergo counseling if he has any hope of getting his job back To make matters worse, the woman he s been involved with recently has left h

  2. says:

    Those fans of the great series Bosch who are not yet readers of Connelly s books could pick a worse place to start reading than The Last Coyote, which contains much of the plot of the second season Even better, though, would be The Concrete Blonde Harry Bosch 3 which contains much of the plot of the first Suspended for shoving his supervisor through a glass offic

  3. says:

    Exceptional.Best book of the series so far Connelly is so much than a great thriller writer, he s simply a great writer and Bosch is such a great character, you can t help but pull for him at every step throughout this amazing story Best crime thriller series out there I honestly believe Connelly could write about anything I d put him up there with Stephen King and Brandon San

  4. says:

    Quick start thinking of every tired trope that comes to mind when you think of generic cop stories It s OK, I ll wait Your list probably included, Author uses macho cop s mandatory therapy sessions as an excuse for character development, and, Renegade cop gets his badge taken away, so he has to go rogue to catch the killer Those two overdone stories come together to make this novel, so

  5. says:

    This is the fourth novel in the Harry Bosch series and despite it being over 500 pages I devoured this book in less than a day I think why the story was able to hold my interest so much is because this book explores what really had an impact on Harry s life, the murder of his mother At the beginning of the book, you find out that once again Harry has done something to tick off the higher

  6. says:

    Another excellent and very readable book from the Harry Bosch series In this one our badly behaved Harry has behaved worse than usual and is temporarily suspended from duty To fill in time he begins to research the cold case of his own mother s death I enjoyed the book because I really enjoy Harry as a character and as usual Michael Connelly s writing style kept me totally involved from b

  7. says:

    Whew I think I need stress leave after reading this book This was crazy tense, and INTENSE, and the whole time I was waiting for the shoe to drop and everything to go sideways So, after Harry gets pissed off at his supervisor, Lt Pounds, for messing up an interview, Harry put Pounds face through his office window As you do That got him put on Involuntary Stress Leave, which I think it coul

  8. says:

    Harry Bosch in on involuntary leave from the force his return pending a psychiatric evaluation The source of his exile a violent encounter with his superior officer, Lt Pounds, which resulted in Bosch putting his head through a glass wall Now having to deal with stress, detachment, and rage issues, he finds himself having to convince Carmen Hinojos of his wellbeing and mind state in order t

  9. says:

    This was really good It was hard to stop reading Bosch did many smart things that surprised me, things I did not expect.REVIEWER S OPINION Early in the book Harry said I want pause I m going to find her killer My thoughts were yes you will Not many people could say that but you can You are so smart at solving crimes I ve seen him in action in three previous books It was hard for me to imagin

  10. says:

    When I started, I was not sure I would enjoy this book as much as the previous ones I was wrong This is a far intimate and poignant look into Harry Bosch, and the abused child inside him His investigation into the murder of his mother, than 30 years before, shows the Harry we know insightful, creative, persistent, abrasive and the Harry we know only a little from previous volumes.Being torn

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