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Lost Light

by Michael Connelly

Lost Light by Michael Connelly
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  • First Published:
    Apr 2003, 360 pages
    Paperback:
    Mar 2004, 416 pages

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jpj (07/01/03)

Has Connelly written a bad book? Probably not. Lost Light gives us Bosch searching out clues to a long dormant case after he retires from the police force. A little bit of romance, a few great characters, and some interesting plot developments lead us to a denouement that is satisfying and perfectly timed. That may be the last time we see Bosch? Probably not...
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