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Angels Flight

A Harry Bosch Novel

by Michael Connelly

Angels Flight by Michael Connelly
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  • First Published:
    Jan 1999, 393 pages
    Paperback:
    Jan 2000, 480 pages

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Bosch glanced once more down into the dark canyon, pulled the phone away from his ear and clicked it off. He wished he had a cigarette but he had made it this far through the night without one. He wouldn't break now.

He turned his back and leaned on the counter. He looked down at the phone in his hand, turned it back on and hit the speed dial button that would connect him with Kizmin Rider's apartment. He would call Jerry Edgar after he talked to her. Bosch felt a sense of relief come over him that he was reluctant to acknowledge. He might not yet know what awaited him at Angels Flight, but it would certainly take his thoughts away from Eleanor Wish.

Rider's alert voice answered after two rings.

"Kiz, it's Harry," he said. "We've got work."

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Excerpted from Angel's Flight, excerpted with permission of the publisher. Published by LittleBrown. Copyright (c) 1999 Michael Connelly.

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