Connelly's 'City of Bones' Audio | Books in Review

Michael Connelly’s Harry Bosch detective novel,  City of Bones, published in hardcover in 2002, is now available on audio (Hachette, 9  CDs, 11 hours, $25).

This was Connelly’s seventh sterling detective novel featuring former Vietnam War tunnel rat Bosch, a brooding, brilliant LAPD homicide investigator. This time Bosch will not rest until he discovers the killer of a 13-year-old boy whose bones turn up in a shallow grave in the Hollywood Hills.

As usual, Bosch gets into serious trouble with his uptight superiors, has a troubled love affair, and fights through dark emotional times before he solves the case. The plot hums rapidly and the dialogue and characters ring true in this top-notch, satisfying novel.

The reading is done by Peter J. Fernandez, in what the Publishers Weekly review calls a “convincing” performance

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