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Book Review: The Black Echo (Harry Bosch #1) by Michael Connelly

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It has been months since I have written a book review because I did not feel like opening a laptop and writing book reviews in the format I do with image, book blurb, and brief about author is easier for me on laptop, perhaps that is to do with generation gap 😛 Seems like being a mom, has already aged me and I want to do nothing in my spare time other than to read books (ah yes, sleep too, most important).

So, to come back , to the book in question, this was the only book I completed in the month of Feb ’19. How many I read in this duration? Oh, do not ask me. There are so many unread 5%, 10%, 15%….books in line, since now very very few books hold my interest. And so, if I have completed this book (for I only write reviews of completed books), this must be one of the few good ones (mind it, not the best though). I want to read at least one book in the popular series, and if it is a thriller murder mystery, good good!

This is an okayish book and only recommended for mystery and thriller buffs or those looking for typical books in this genre for a change. An easy read, it has all the masala (not Bollywood ones) that should make a mystery book a success. Ah, but that is my view, of course. And perhaps that is why I could complete this book in between a hectic schedule. Try checking this out, or read more reviews to find if this is the book that caters to your taste. All the best and enjoy! 🙂

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Book blurb:
For maverick LAPD homicide detective Harry Bosch, the body in the drainpipe at Mulholland Dam is more than another anonymous statistic. This one is personal…because the murdered man was a fellow Vietnam “tunnel rat” who had fought side by side with him in a hellish underground war. Now Bosch is about to relive the horror of Nam. From a dangerous maze of blind alleys to a daring criminal heist beneath the city, his survival instincts will once again be tested to their limit. Pitted against enemies inside his own department and forced to make the agonizing choice between justice and vengeance, Bosch goes on the hunt for a killer whose true face will shock him.
About the author:
Michael Connelly worked at newspapers in Daytona Beach and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, primarily specializing in the crime beat. After three years, he began writing his first novel to feature LAPD Detective Hieronymus Bosch. The novel, The Black Echo, based in part on a true crime that had occurred in Los Angeles, was published in 1992 and won the Edgar Award for Best First Novel by the Mystery Writers of America. Connelly has followed that up with 26 more novels.

Michael is the bestselling author of thirty-two novels and one work of non-fiction with over seventy-four million copies of his books sold worldwide and translated into forty foreign languages. In 2002, Clint Eastwood directed and starred in the movie adaptation of Connelly’s 1998 novel, Blood Work. In March 2011, the movie adaptation of his #1 bestselling novel, The Lincoln Lawyer, hit theaters worldwide starring Matthew McConaughey as Mickey Haller. His most recent #1 New York Times bestsellers include Dark Sacred Night, Two Kinds Of Truth, The Late Show, The Wrong Side Of Goodbye, The Crossing, The Burning Room, The Gods of Guilt, and The Black Box. Michael’s crime fiction career was honored with the Diamond Dagger from the CWA in 2018.

Michael is the executive producer of Bosch, an Amazon Studios original drama series based on his bestselling character Harry Bosch, starring Titus Welliver. He is also the executive producer of the documentary films, Sound Of Redemption: The Frank Morgan Story and Tales of the American. He spends his time in California and Florida.

Website: michaelconnelly.com
Twitter: @ConnellyBooks

Rating: 7/10
Genre:Mystery Thriller
Book Name:The Black Echo
(Harry Bosch #1)
Author:Michael Connelly
Pages:482
Publication Year:1992
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