Nine Dragons

Michael Connelly (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$10.00  $9.20
Publisher
Vision
Publish Date
August 01, 2010
Pages
469
Dimensions
4.28 X 1.04 X 7.56 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Mass Market Paperbound
EAN/UPC
9780446561952
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About the Author

Michael Connelly, a #1 New York Times bestselling novelist and a former journalist, has won numerous crime fiction prizes. He lives in Florida.

Reviews

"If at first encounter Connelly seems primarily an exceptionally accomplished writer of crime novels, at closer examination he is also a mordant and knowing chronicler of the world in which crime takes place, i.e., our world."--Washington Post
"Harry Bosch [is] Connelly's usual hero and one of the great figures in contemporary crime fiction."--Los Angeles Times
"A Michael Connelly novel is a thing of cool beauty, meticulously plotted, rigorously controlled."
--Chicago Tribune
"Though Connelly remains a master at detailing the intricacies of 'the job, ' it is Harry's longing for reunion and connection with his ex-wife and daughter, the overwhelming vulnerability he feels as a father, that makes Nine Dragons another standout in the series that should satisfy all readers, whether they are new to Boschworld, occasional visitors or devoted denizens."
--Los Angeles Times
"With Nine Dragons, Connelly has taken a chance by transforming a character millions have come to know well. In doing so, he has made Harry Bosch more human and interesting than ever."
--San Francisco Examiner
"Nine Dragons is a very good crime thriller."--Philadelphia Inquirer
"Scary, shocking and sublimely suspenseful."--New York Daily News
"The Bosch revealed in Nine Dragons is vulnerable, a twist that makes him both deeper and more human...What remains most interesting is the new dimension added to the character - a man who has evolved over the series of 15 novels to become ever more interesting and real."
--Denver Post