Ballard and Bosch are back, attempting to cast light on the murder case that compelled Bosch's mentor. Was the crime ever meant to be solved? 'America's greatest living crime writer' "Express"
MICHAEL CONNELLY is the author of thirty-two previous novels, including the #1 New York Times bestsellers Dark Sacred Night, Two Kinds of Truth, and The Late Show. His books, which include the Harry Bosch series and the Lincoln Lawyer series, have sold more than seventy-four 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 Bosch, starring Titus Welliver, and the creator and host of the podcast Murder Book. He spends his time in California and Florida.
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Hugely enjoyable read. * Daily Mirror * Michael Connelly is at the top of his game in The Night Fire [...] complexity and compassion combine in a humdinger of a thriller. * Evening Standard * One of the greatest crime writers roars back with a superb story [...] and never once draws breath. * Daily Mail * Connelly has few equals as a thriller writer and it speaks volumes for the world he has created for Harry Bosch [...] The Night Fire is masterfully structured and a dizzying array of plot lines dovetail in a hugely enjoyable and satisfying series of finales. * Daily Express * A cracker of a thriller, packed with surprising twists and turns, and seamlessly bringing together all of Michael Connelly's compelling lead characters, allowing each to shine in their own particular way. * Irish Independent * Michael Connelly is the greatest American crime writer of his generation. The tension builds from the first page. Past and present collide as three cases ricochet off each other in surprising ways * The Times * Advanced and interwoven with characteristic meticulous craft * Sunday Times * Taut cop thriller * Love It * The Night Fire is further proof of Connelly's undimmed creativity. Juggling a characteristically crowded storyline, Connelly demonstrates once again why he is held in such esteem * Financial Times *