Michael Connelly - The Closers - Orion Publishing Group

The Closers

By Michael Connelly

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  • £8.99

After three years as a PI, Harry Bosch returns to the LAPD. The superb page-turning eleventh Bosch novel from the award-winning No. 1 bestselling author.

After three years as a PI, Harry Bosch returns to the LAPD. The superb page-turning eleventh Bosch novel from the award-winning No. 1 bestselling author.

Harry is back, assigned to the LAPD's Open-Unsolved Unit with his former cop ally and partner, Kizmin Rider. These detectives are the Closers. They are thrown into a politically sensitive and dangerous case when a white supremacist is connected to the 1988 murder of a mixed race girl.

The police department has changed, but one thing hasn't - Harry's nemesis, Irving. The former Deputy Chief has been pushed from power and given a virtually meaningless new role. Full of vengeance, Irving calls Harry a 'retread'. He watches from the sidelines like an injured bear, hoping Harry will make a mistake . . .

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  • ISBN: 9781409157298
  • Publication date: 15 Jan 2015
  • Page count: 432
  • Imprint: Orion
A scrupulously plotted procedural ... and all the excitements of a terrific thriller well paced by a cool and fast running narrative — Philip Oakes
There's a mountain of American detective fiction. At the summit are Connelly's Harry Bosch books — SUNDAY SPORT
A cracking return to form by Connelly, and we can only hope Harry Bosch doesn't apply for retirement again — IRISH INDEPENDENT
The Closers is more than just a terrific mystery that slowly builds into a breathless race against time, twisting and turning to the very last page. It is a fascinating portrait of a city ... It also highlights, with great sensitivity. 'the toll of violence over time'. However, as usual, hardbitten Harry [Bosch] is the main attraction. He's exactly the kind of cop you'd want to investigate your own murder — Mark Sanderson
Michael Connelly is always reliable and The Closers is as dark and thrilling as ever — Carla McKay
A return to form — Maxim Jakubowski