A Harry Bosch short story from bestselling crime writer Michael Connelly. Unabridged edition.
When the department's sorter takes a call from an anonymous witness to a cold case murder, she takes it straight to Harry Bosch who finds the accused in San Quentin. He's locked away for a different murder but only a few months away from a parole hearing which is likely to see him walking free. New methods find DNA on the murder weapon but having sat in an archive for 20 years, it's not strong enough to take to court. To keep him behind bars, Bosch has no choice but to find the witness who doesn't want to be found.
Read by Len Cariou
(p) 2014 Hachette Audio
Connelly is a crime writing genius - INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
While the themes of Connelly's LA crime novels are familiar (power, envy, corruption), his plotting is anything but - ESQUIRE
This latest novel is as shamelessly entertaining as its predecessors, with the customary skilful plotting even more burnished...in the crime fiction stakes Connelly is comfortably in the upper bracket - DAILY EXPRESS on The Fifth Witness
Connelly is superb at building suspense through the accreditation of detail - WALL STREET JOURNAL
A former police reporter for the Los Angeles Times, Michael Connelly is the internationally bestselling author of the Harry Bosch series, and several other bestsellers including the highly acclaimed legal thriller, The Lincoln Lawyer. He has been President of the Mystery Writers of America, and his books have been translated into thirty-nine languages and have won awards all over the world, including the Edgar and Anthony Awards. He spends his time in California and Florida