Line of Sight


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$26.00  $24.18
Polis Books
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5.8 X 8.6 X 1.1 inches | 1.0 pounds

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About the Author

James Queally is an award-winning crime reporter for the Los Angeles Times. Throughout his career, Queally has covered hundreds of homicides, as well as national use-of-force controversies and the Black Lives Matter Movement. His short stories have appeared in Thuglit, Crime Syndicate Magazine, Shotgun Honey and more. LINE OF SIGHT is his debut novel.


Outstanding praise for LINE OF SIGHT "LINE OF SIGHT signals the start of a great career. Veteran journalist James Queally brings all his insider knowledge of the intersections of crime and police and politics and media in a story that never stands still for a single page. It's an amazing first novel." --Michael Connelly, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Harry Bosch series "A knockout debut. Smart, gritty and as timely as tomorrow's front page." --Riley Sager, New York Times bestselling author of LOCK EVERY DOOR "(An) impressive fiction debut ...This scalding exposé of human failures, in which friendships go tragically sour, powerfully updates Raymond Chandler's mean streets. Queally is definitely a writer to watch." --Publishers Weekly Starred Review "The use-of-force theme is sadly contemporary, and Queally knows all the players and their world: cops, lawyers, guns, and the drug trade. An excellent debut from a strong new voice in crime fiction." ----Booklist (Starred Review) "James Queally draws on current events, and his own experience as a crime reporter, to write LINE OF SIGHT--and the result is a thoughtful, timely page-turner that explores the twisted corridors of authority from a street-level view, while never losing sight of the larger issues of truth and justice." --Rob Hart, author of The Warehouse and the Ash McKenna series "Avery's first-person voice is strong and distinct, and his moral quandaries are real and immediate." --Kirkus Reviews