R28: The Last Coyote

The Last Coyote by Michael Connelly



This is my favourite Connelly to date.  It provides a lot of information on Harry Bosch’s childhood and what happened to his prostitute mother.  It has a lot of suspense with information skillfully dolled out at strategic points.  It kept me reading right to the last page!  I loved the political and psychological elements that formed this novel.  The Coyote was a subtle and quite imaginative recurring inclusion that really worked in this novel.

As usual Connelly is a keep it and I continue to reap it.


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