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Lost Light

Michael Connelly: Lost Light (USA 2014)

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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.

Michael Connelly: Lost Light. Grand Central Publishing, ISBN: 9781455550692 (March, 2014), 480 p., $10.00.

 

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Lost Light

Michael Connelly: Lost Light (UK 2009)

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The 9th Bosch novel from the award-winning No.1 bestselling author. Harry Bosch has left the LAPD - but the discovery of a startling unsolved murder among his old case files means he cannot rest until he finds the killer.

When he left the LAPD Bosch took a file with him: the case of a production assistant murdered four years earlier during a film set robbery. The LAPD thinks the stolen money was used to finance a terrorist training camp. Thoughts of the original murder victim were lost in the federal zeal, and when Bosch decides to re-investigate, he quickly falls fouls of both his old colleagues and the FBI.

When the investigation enables him to meet up with an old friend, shadows from his past come back to haunt him...

Michael Connelly: Lost Light. Orion Books, ISBN: 9781409116844 (June, 2009), 368 p., £7.99

 

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Lost Light

Michael Connelly: Lost Light (USA 2004)

From the Publisher:
The 9th Bosch novel from the award-winning No.1 bestselling author. Harry Bosch has left the LAPD - but the discovery of a startling unsolved murder among his old case files means he cannot rest until he finds the killer.

When he left the LAPD Bosch took a file with him: the case of a production assistant murdered four years earlier during a film set robbery. The LAPD thinks the stolen money was used to finance a terrorist training camp. Thoughts of the original murder victim were lost in the federal zeal, and when Bosch decides to re-investigate, he quickly falls fouls of both his old colleagues and the FBI.

When the investigation enables him to meet up with an old friend, shadows from his past come back to haunt him...

Michael Connelly: Lost Light. Warner Books, ISBN: 0446611638 (March, 2004), 397 p., $7.99.

 

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Lost Light

Michael Connelly: Lost Light (UK 2003)

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Harry Bosch has left the LAPD - but the cases continue to haunt him...
A terrific novel from the bestselling author of ECHO PARK.

At the end of CITY OF BONES Harry Bosch quit the LAPD, but he's back in a new role, one that will give him more freedom to pursue the cases that compel him.

When he left the LAPD Bosch took a file with him: the case of a film production assistant murdered four years earlier during a $2 million robbery on a movie set. The LAPD, now operating under post 9/11 rules, thinks the stolen money was used to finance a terrorist training camp. Thoughts of the original murder victim were lost in the federal zeal, and when Bosch decides to re-investigate, he quickly falls fouls of both his old colleagues and the FBI.

But it's not just the case which is keeping Bosch awake at night. When the investigation enables him to meet up with an old friend, shadows from his past come back to haunt him...

Michael Connelly: Lost Light. Orion Books, ISBN: 0752842560 (November, 2003), 341 p., £6.99

 

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Lost Light

Michael Connelly: Lost Light (USA 2003)

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Only the money was real. Four years ago, LAPD detective Harry Bosch was on a movie set asking questions about the murder of a young production assistant when an armored car arrived with two million dollars cash for use in a heist scene. In a life-imitates-art firestorm, a gang of masked men converged on the delivery and robbed the armored car with guns blazing. Bosch got off a shot that struck one of the robbers as their van sped away, but the money was never recovered. And the young woman's murder was in the stack of unsolved-case files Bosch carried home the night he left the LAPD.

Now Bosch moves full bore back into that case, determined to find justice for the young woman. Without a badge to open doors and strike fear into the guilty, he learns afresh how brutally indifferent the world can be. But something draws him on, past humiliation and harassment. It's not just that the dead woman had no discernible link to the robbery. Nor is it his sympathy for the cops who took over the case, one of them killed on duty and the other paralyzed by a bullet in the same attack. With every conversation and every thread of evidence, Bosch senses a larger presence, an organization bigger than the movie studios and more ruthless than even the LAPD. The part of Bosch that will never back down finds as fatal an opponent as he's ever encountered - and there's no guarantee that Bosch will survive the showdown ahead.

Michael Connelly: Lost Light. Little, Brown, & Co., ISBN: 0316154601 (April, 2003), 360 p., $25.95.

 

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