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The Narrows by Michael Connelly
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Jun 21, 2010

really liked it

This is another good, fast-paced read by an accomplished author. The plot is tight and believable. Hired by the widow of Terry McCaleb (main character in BLOOD WORK and other Connelly novels), Harry Bosch looks into the seemingly natural death, but is drawn into the master plan of serial killer, Robert Backus (THE POET). Harry teams with an outcast FBI agent, Rachel Walling, to try to move past the one-step-behind trail that the killer dangles in front of them. You don't have to read Connelly's books in the order he wrote them to enjoy them, but he puts in a number of inside joke type references for us fans that I would recommend that you go back and start with THE BLACK ECHO.
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