With his four Harry Bosch books, Michael Connelly joined “the top rank of a new generation of crime authors” (Los Angeles Times). Now Connelly returns with his most searing thriller yet – a major new departure that recalls the best work of Thomas Harris (Red Dragon, Silence of the Lambs) and James Patterson (Along Came a Spider)
Our hero is Jack McEvoy, a Rocky Mountain News crime-beat reporter. As the story opens, Jack’s twin brother, a Denver homicide detective, has just killed himself. Or so it seems. But when Jack begins to investigate the phenomenon of police suicides, a disturbing pattern emerges, and soon suspects that a serial murderer is at work – a devious cop killer who’s left a coast-to-coast trail of “suicide notes” drawn from the poems of Edgar Allan Poe. It’s the story of a lifetime – except that “the Poet” already seems to know that Jack is trailing him. . .
Here is definitive proof that Michael Connelly is among the best suspense novelist working today.
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