In this New York Times bestseller, retired LAPD detective Harry Bosch wants justice for a murdered production assistant -- but without his police badge, can he take down a powerful and ruthless killer?
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 L.A.P.D., 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 more powerful and ruthless than any he's ever encountered, Bosch is not backing down.
About the Author
MichaelConnelly is the author of thirty-seven previous novels, including #1 NewYorkTimes bestsellers Desert Star, TheDarkHours, and The Law of Innocence. His books, which include the Harry Bosch series, the Lincoln Lawyer series, and the Renée Ballard series, have sold more than eighty million copies worldwide. Connelly is a former newspaper reporter who has won numerous awards for his journalism and his novels. He is the executive producer of three television series: Bosch, Bosch:Legacy, and TheLincolnLawyer. He spends his time in California and Florida.
"Swift, absorbing."—Houston Chronicle
"Lost Light succeeds."—Denver Post
Loyal fans of the series have gotten to know Harry over the past eight books, and they'll learn even more in this one. He remains one of the most fascinating characters in the mystery world."—USA Today
"An intriguing story...Connelly comes through."—Miami Herald
"Lost Light has all of the ingenious plotting and skillful writing that are Connelly's hallmarks."—Baltimore Sun
As always, Connelly rewards mystery fans who pay attention...There is an energetic pace to the painstaking detective work...The atmosphere and supporting characters are richly textured."—People
"Exciting...and Connelly's coda has a kicker about Harry's private life that will draw gasps of astonishment from longtime readers."—Publishers Weekly