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The Closers (A Harry Bosch Novel)

The Closers (A Harry Bosch Novel)

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Overview: The Closers

A city that forgets its murder victims is a city lost. This is where we don't forget, Detective Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch is told by his new boss, as he ends a three-year retirement and rejoins the Los Angeles Police Department at the start of The Closers, the 11th installment of Michael Connelly's Edgar-winning series. Having long ago demonstrated his knack for cracking previously unsolved homicides, Bosch is assigned to the newly re-branded Open-Unsolved Unit (aka "cold case" squad), and charged with resolving the 17-year-old abduction and slaying of a mixed-race teenager. Rebecca Verloren, 16, was discovered missing from her Chatsworth home on a July morning in 1988. Her corpse and the gun that ended her life were later found on a hill behind the house. An autopsy revealed that she'd recently undergone an abortion, and a piece of skin tissue--presumably the killer's--was found trapped inside the murder weapon. Only now, though, has DNA science matched that tissue to Roland Mackey, a dyslexic 35-year-old tow-truck operator with no obvious connection to the deceased. It's up to Bosch, once more partnered with Kizmin Rider, to determine whether Mackey offed Becky Verloren, or was at least an accessory to that tragedy. But the more Bosch and Rider dig into this dusty crime, trying in part to determine whether racial animosity might have been involved, the more pain and resistance they encounter. Becky's white mother maintains the teen's old bedroom as a shrine, while her shattered father, an African-American chef, has vanished into LA's homeless community. Of the two original investigators on the case, one has since committed suicide, and Bosch suspects that the other--now a police commander--is helping to keep the lid tight on some old departmental secrets, perhaps linked to our hero's nemesis, Deputy Chief Irvin S. Irving. Understandably rusty after three years sans shield, Bosch makes his share of personal and professional mistakes here--including one that sup

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date October 2, 2006
Publisher Grand Central Publishing
Contributor(s) Michael Connelly
Binding Paperback
Page Count 432
ISBN 10 0446699551
ISBN 13 9780446699556
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 362.9 grams
Product Dimensions 13.3 cm x 2.9 cm x 20.3 cm
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  1.  For those looking for a great thriller................ 11 December, 2013 On Junglee.com
    This book is hard to put down. Have you ever read a suspense thriller where you will not be able to guess who the murderer was? Then absolutely it is an exceptional book just like The closers by Michael Connelly.What happens when an unsolved case is reopened. Could it be solved now even when the case dates back to 17 years? Who cares? Detective Harry Bosch cares. Whenever he tries to unfold the case, he is left bewildered by the sudden turn of events on this particular case. The victim's family is the only thing that drives him towards finding the killer.
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