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The Narrows
by Michael Connelly

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Edition: Hardcover
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company (2004-05)
ISBN-10/ISBN-13: 0316155306 / 9780316155304 Sales Rank: 84300

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“There's a gravitas to the mystery/thrillers of Michael Connelly, a bedrock commitment to the value of human life and the need for law enforcement pros to defend that value, that sets his work apart and above that of many of his contemporaries. That gravitas is in full force in Connelly's newest, and as nearly always in the work of this talented writer, it supports a dynamite plot, fully flowered characters and a meticulous attention to the details of investigative procedure. (...) Connelly is a master and this novel is yet another of his masterpieces.”

Publishers Weekly

The Narrows, Michael Connelly's best crime novel since City of Bones, unfolds within his increasingly seductive world. Based in Los Angeles, it is an expanding realm of fictitious and real characters, of new narrative developments and ghostly echoes of earlier stories. Its central concerns remain the stuff of detective stories. But more and more, this place has come to resemble Mr. Connelly's version of Middle Earth.”

Janet Maslin (The New York Times)

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When an infamous serial killer known as the Poet reemerges, FBI agent Rachel Walling, long haunted by her unsuccessful efforts to bring him to justice, receives assistance from LAPD detective Harry Bosch, who finds the case to be the most terrifying of his career. 500,000 first printing.

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