The Last Coyote (Harry Bosch Series #4)

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Harry Bosch's life is a mess. His new house has been condemned because of earthquake damage. His girlfriend has left him. He's drinking too much. And he's even had to turn in his badge: he attacked his commanding officer and is suspended indefinitely pending a psychiatric evaluation. At first Bosch resists the LAPD shrink, but finally he recognizes that something is troubling him, a force that may have shaped his entire life. In 1961, when Harry was twelve, his mother was brutally murdered. No one was ever even ...
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Harry Bosch's life is a mess. His new house has been condemned because of earthquake damage. His girlfriend has left him. He's drinking too much. And he's even had to turn in his badge: he attacked his commanding officer and is suspended indefinitely pending a psychiatric evaluation. At first Bosch resists the LAPD shrink, but finally he recognizes that something is troubling him, a force that may have shaped his entire life. In 1961, when Harry was twelve, his mother was brutally murdered. No one was ever even accused of the crime. Harry opens up the decades-old file on the case and is irresistibly drawn into a past he has always avoided. It's clear that the case was fumbled. His mother was a prostitute, and even thirty years later the smell of a coverup is unmistakable. Someone powerful was able to keep the investigating officers away from key suspects. Even as he confronts his own shame about his mother, Harry relentlessly follows up the old evidence, seeking justice or at least understanding. Out of the broken pieces of the case he discerns a trail that leads upward, toward prominent people who lead public lives high in the Hollywood hills. And as he nears his answer, Harry finds that ancient passions don't die. They cause new murders even today.

The bestselling author of The Concrete Blonde delivers another Harry Bosch book, one that delves more psychologically into Bosch's past. In 1961, 12-year-old Harry lost his murder in a brutal murder. As he begins his relentless investigation, Harry uncovers a trail that leads upward, toward prominent people who want to protect their reputation.

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
In his fourth outing, LAPD Homicide Detective Harry Bosch (The Concrete Blonde, et al.) confronts deep family, police and political secrets as he probes an unsolved murder of decades earlier. Smart, tough, laconic and, under all that, compassionate, Harry lives by a code according to which ``Everybody counts or nobody counts... whether [the victim is] a prostitute or the mayor's wife.'' He begins this case in a departmental shrink's office, after having been suspended for attacking his commanding officer; his girlfriend has left him, and he's living in a house that's been condemned after an earthquake. In the enforced freedom from his job, he reopens the 30-year-old unsolved murder of an L.A. call girl-his mother. Skirting illegality along the way to the resolution, he unearths a lot of buried secrets and pain-not least to his own 11-year-old self. Nobody here is pure (a couple of people are truly nasty), but all the characters are believable, as are even the quirkier plot turns. Edgar-winner Connelly smoothly mixes Harry's detecting forays with his therapy sessions to dramatize how, sometimes, the biggest mystery is the self. BOMC alternate. (June)
Library Journal
After being put on involuntary stress leave for attacking his boss, LAPD detective Hieronymous "Harry" Bosch tackles the 30-plus-year-old murder case of a Hollywood prostitute-his mother. Bummed out by the failure of his latest romance as well, Harry faces a deeper, psychological crisis: his life's "mission" may end if he solves the case. Harry continues, nonetheless, soon discovering that the police and politically powerful others purposely glossed over his mother's murder. With prose that cuts to the quick, a masterfully interwoven plot, and gripping suspense, Connelly renders a fitting sequel to The Black Echo (LJ 1/92).
Houston Chronicle
"A powerful book that will further Connelly's growing reputation as a skillful and imaginative writer."
Booklist (starred review)
"Connelly remains a master...superior crime fiction, as suspenseful as it is psychologically acute."
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"A powerful book that will further Connelly's growing reputation as a skillful and imaginative writer."—Houston Chronicle

"Connelly remains a master...superior crime fiction, as suspenseful as it is psychologically acute."—Booklist (starred review)

"Prose that cuts to the quick...a masterfully interwoven plot and gripping suspense."—Library Journal

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780446619073
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/1/2007
  • Series: Harry Bosch Series , #4
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 528
  • Product dimensions: 4.25 (w) x 6.87 (h) x 1.12 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael  Connelly

MICHAEL CONNELLY is a former journalist and author of over a dozen bestselling books, including the Harry Bosch novels and Blood Work, which was a major motion picture. He has won numerous awards for his journalism, as well as an Edgar Award, a Nero Wolfe prize, a Macavity Award, and an Anthony Award for his books. Michael Connelly lives in Florida.

Biography

Best known for his dark police procedurals featuring the tough, complex and emotionally scarred LAPD detective, Hieronymous "Harry" Bosch, Michael Connelly has been called "infernally ingenious" (The New York Times), "one of those masters...who can keep driving the story forward in runaway locomotive style" (USA Today) and "the top rank of a new generation of crime writers" (The Los Angeles Times).

Consistently exquisite prose and engrossing storylines play an integral role in his swelling success. However, Connelly believes that solid character development is the most important key. As he explained to MagnaCumMurder.com, "I think books with weak or translucent plots can survive if the character being drawn along the path is rich, interesting and multi-faceted. The opposite is not true."

A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Connelly attended the University of Florida; there he discovered the works of Raymond Chandler -- author of many classic Los Angeles-based noir dramas such as The Big Sleep, The Long Goodbye, and Farewell, My Lovely. The cases of Philip Marlowe inspired Connelly to be a crime novelist -- and by studying journalism, he put himself in the perfect position. "I went into journalism to learn the craft of writing and to get close to the world I wanted to write about -- police and criminals, the criminal justice system," he told MagnaCumMurder.com.

After graduation, Connelly worked the crime beat for two Florida newspapers. When a story he and a colleague wrote about the disastrous 1985 crash of Delta Flight 191 was short-listed for the Pulitzer, Connelly landed a gig in Marlowe's backyard, covering crime for one of the nation's largest newspapers -- The Los Angeles Times. Three years later, Harry Bosch was introduced in The Black Echo, which earned Connelly the Edgar Award for Best First Novel. Connelly has since won every major mystery honor, including the Anthony (The Poet, Blood Work) and the Macavity Award (Blood Work).

While Connelly has written stand-alone novels that don't feature his tragic protagonist Harry Bosch, he is best identified by his rigid, contentious and fiery -- but also immensely skilled and compassionate -- detective. According to The Boston Globe, the Bosch series "raises the hard-boiled detective novel to a new level...adding substance and depth to modern crime fiction."

Called "one of the most compelling, complex protagonists in recent crime fiction" (Newsweek) and "a terrific...wonderful, old-fashioned hero who isn't afraid to walk through the flames -- and suffer the pain for the rest of us" (The New York Times Book Review), Bosch faces unforgettable horrors every day -- either on the street or in his own mind. "Bosch is making up for wrongs done to him when he rights wrongs as a homicide detective," Connelly explained in an interview with his publisher. "In a way, he is an avenging angel."

Bosch is clearly a product of his deadly, unforgiving environment. "The philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche once wrote that when you look into the darkness of the abyss the abyss looks into you. Probably no other line or thought more inspires or informs my work," said Connelly in the same interview. With each passing novel, Bosch looks deeper and deeper into the abyss; and readers continue to return to see just how far he will gaze.

Good To Know

  • Michael Connelly received a huge career boost in 1994 when then President Bill Clinton was photographed walking out of a Washington bookstore with a copy of The Concrete Blonde under his arm. Connelly remarked to USA Today, "In the six years I've been writing books, that is the biggest thrill I've had."

  • Real events have always inspired Connelly's plots. His novel Blood Work was inspired by a friend who underwent transplant surgery and was coping with survivor's guilt, knowing someone had died in order for him to live. The book was later developed into a feature film starring Clint Eastwood, Angelica Huston, and Jeff Daniels.

  • One of Connelly's writing professors at the University of Florida was cult novelist Harry Crews.

  • Connelly named his most famous character after the 15th Century Dutch painter, Hieronymous Bosch. As he told Bookends UK in an interview, Bosch "created richly detailed landscapes of debauchery and violence and human defilement. There is a ‘world gone mad' feel to many of his works, including one called ‘Hell' -- of which a print hangs on the wall over the computer where I write." Some interesting outtakes from our interview with Connelly:

    "I wrote a mystery story as a class paper in high school. It was called The Perfect Murder. The protagonist's named was McEvoy, a name I later used for the protagonist in The Poet. Being a witness to a crime when I was 16 was what made me interested in crime novels and mystery stories."

    "I wrote my first real murder story as a journalist for the Daytona Beach News Journal in 1980. It was about a body found in the woods. Later, the murder was linked to a serial killer who was later caught and executed for his crimes."

    "Everything I want people to know about me is in my books."

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      1. Hometown:
        Sarasota, Florida
      1. Date of Birth:
        July 21, 1956
      2. Place of Birth:
        Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
      1. Education:
        B.A. in Journalism, University of Florida, 1980
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    • Posted June 11, 2010

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      Packs Several Punches

      Earlier this year I started reading the Bosch series in order. The premise of this one didn't exactly fill me with enthusiasm, and it did start out a little slow. If you like Connelly/Bosch - get it, stick with it and see it all the way through. So much of Harry's inner being is revealed and you gain an ever greater understanding and rooting interest for him. Characters are rich and deep and one can see how Connelly has gradually honed his craft with each new book in the series. The plot is far better than I imagined and it left me rushing right into #5 in the series - Trunk Music. Loved this book.

      11 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted August 19, 2012

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      I am so glad that I discovered this series. Harry has a great p

      I am so glad that I discovered this series. Harry has a great
      personality and analytical mind that keeps the story interesting.

      8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted January 11, 2012

      It is one of the best of Harry....very good read!

      Harry Bosch has a down to earth, regular fellow personality. He has to bear his soul to the shrink to get his old job back, and although he resists at first, he ends this book knowing himself better than even he thought possible. He is like the last coyote he is afraid he may never see again......

      6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted May 19, 2011

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      The Last Coyote

      First off, Michael Connelly is my favorite mystery writer (very different from crime writers such as George Pelecanos and Richard Price, whom I advise to check out). Connelly created a great character in Bosch, a detective that is very easy to identify with and learn to greatly admire. This is my fourth Connelly novel (I am reading them in order, which I would advise any new Connelly readers to do, because of the way he connects each novel, despite who the central character is) and so far, it is impossible for me to pick a favorite. His first three are written so well, compelling me to read so much in a short period of time, and The Last Coyote is no different.
      I never give away too much plot in my reviews so all I'll say is that Connelly allows Bosch to solve his most personal case in the Last Coyote, the murder of his mother in 1961. Bosch goes to great lengths and danger to solve the case, and it was a pleasure to follow him on his journey.
      I'm very new to Connelly's work and I intend for that to change as I continue to read his novels. Not that this is difficult to do, because his books are just so great. Connelly is a master of mystery fiction and reader's unaware of his work should read them, just remember, read them in order, you's understand why.

      5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted January 12, 2012

      loved this book!

      I love Harry Bosch books, but this one has been my favorite thus far. I am always on the edge of my seat and absolutely can't put them down. I am looking forward to reading the rest in this series.

      2 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted October 1, 2011

      Great story!

      Like all other Connelly books, this one grabs you on the first page and doesn't let go until last. A murder mystery at its best, this story is complicated enough to keep you guessing, while at the same time, easy to pick up from your bookmark.

      2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted September 11, 2006

      Wow

      My only mistake was reading City of Bones and Lost Light before I read the first 3 Harry Bosch novels (great books, just wish I would have started from the beginning to understand Bosch better) - if you like the Harry Bosch novels, then you have to read this book to know the man. Harry is so complex - he can't seem to help himself, but you really can't help but like him. Michael Connelly really delved deep into Harry's soul in this book and the storyline was wonderful - just when you think you might have it figured out - you don't. Read this book.....

      2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted July 5, 2013

      I ENJOY HARRY BOSCH SERIES, BUT HAD STARTED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE

      I ENJOY HARRY BOSCH SERIES, BUT HAD STARTED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SERIES. NOW I'M PLAYING "CATCH-UP" WITH THESE BOOKS. STRONGLY RECOMMEND READERS TO START AT #1 AND GET A LISTING OF THE SERIES

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted April 24, 2013

      I am currently reading all of Michael Connelly's Harry Bosch ser

      I am currently reading all of Michael Connelly's Harry Bosch series in order, and I LOVE them. I am a big mystery/detective story fan, and I have tried so many different series from different authors, but I finally found the one for me! What can I say? I often find myself not really liking the main characters in novels, but I truly like Harry; he is a good guy - not perfect, but he works hard, isn't a womanizer, and isn't overly macho. All of the stories are well-written, realistic, contain surprises and twists, and keep me hooked until the very end. My favorites have been The Black Echo (#1), The Concrete Blonde (#3), Trunk Music (#5), City of Bones (#8), The Narrows (#10), although again - I enjoyed all of them. If you like detective mystery novels, you won't be disappointed with Michael Connelly and Harry Bosch.

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted February 15, 2012

      Riveting story

      The book held my interest all the way through. Good read.

      1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted November 29, 2011

      Captivating

      Great look at the inner works of Harry Bosch.

      1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted November 6, 2011

      Another excellent Harry Bosch novel

      Once you get hooked on the character of Harry you want to read each of the books in the series. This one does not disappoint and continues to make you want to flip the page to see what happens next.

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted October 23, 2011

      recommend

      This is my third Connelly book, and he does not disappoint. I especially liked this book because due to the personal nature of the case for Bosch, you really get to know the character...where he came from and what makes him tick.

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted September 20, 2011

      Michael Connelly is a superior storyteller. A must read author.

      I have enjoyed all of Connelly's books about Harry Bosch. I love getting to know him, finding about his background and upbringing and can't wait for more. I am currently on the last book of the first trilligy and look forward to the Angle coming out Nov.1st.

      1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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    • Posted March 9, 2010

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      fabulous

      I'd never read Connelly before I read this book. I have since read every book in the series. Harry Bosch just makes you want to be better and do better. The world tries to knock him down, but he just keeps fighting back. His motto in every one of his books is 'everybody counts or nobody counts' - that motto is personified in this book when he searches for the truth behind his mother's murder. To say anything more would be giving away key details. Just know that this book is a winner.

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted October 17, 2005

      Can't help but LOVE Harry!

      Harry is determined to find out what happened to his mother and will stop at nothing to do so. Ya gotta love a guy who just doesn't give up! I've read all the Harry Bosch novels with the exception of the last three (Angels Flight, City of Bones, Lost Light), up to now, all have been fantastic reads! If you're on the fence about jumping in, make sure to with both feet - you won't regret it.

      1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted July 16, 2014

      Great!!!

      A terrific winding story

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    • Posted January 12, 2014

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      A dark trip into the past of Harry Bosch

      The beauty of Michael Connelly's protagonist, Harry Bosch, is that he is a deeply flawed hero that you want to root for but he doesn't always make it easy. Here Bosch is dealing with the events of the last novel and decides to look into a cold case that has a truly personal connection to him. Through the twists and turns of the investigation Bosch is haunted by the past and the ramifications his actions are having on those around him. There were multiple unexpected events that make this book almost fantastic. The book is grim and depressing at times but Harry's drive to do what's right while not being preachy is a delight. A very good read.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted September 22, 2013

      A Perfect Nightmare 11

      (I know some people actually like my story but SOSA, TWPA, & I have been discussing and decided to end our stories when our characters start on the quest. Sorry but please read Twisted Stories by our friend TSA and story parts at philip gould: an unfinished life. Btw, she's TGCSA's older sis!) When we got down Terra and Tina were both chatting to eachother wanting to learn new tecniques. "Terra, I've never been outbeatened by a greek before," Tina exclaimed and Terra just shrugged. "I just practice alot." "Hey," I called out waving to them. "Oh, thats Anna's friend Esmerelda," Tina explained to Terra. "Cool." The two girls walked over smiling. "Um, I saw you two fighting and your both so good and I'm wondering if the both of you are interested on going on a quest with Crystal, Seth, and me," I asked uncertainly while indicating to my two friends. "I've never been on a quest before," Tina exclaimed. "So of course I'll go but hasn't Crystal been on one before?" Crystal flicked the question away with a swift wave of her hand. "I'll go too since I'm pretty sure you need a pro sword fighter," Terra said sarcastically. "Also you need a girl who's afraid uf spiders!" "Your a daughter of Athena," I asked recalling the story of Arachne and Athena. She nodded enthusiastically. "That means your super smart," I cried. "I'm so happy you guys are joining us! We'll leave at ten o' clock so I would reccomend deeply to start packing." Tina eyes opened wide and she raced off to the Zeus Cabin. Terra nodded and strided to her cabin and as she left I heard the soft murmer of,"I'm on a quest with Esmerelda. I'm on a quest with Esmerelda ..." <p> After I had packed I joined my cabin mates who were all addicted to grape flavored drinks to the pavillion to have a quick meal before the quest. I checked my watch that my mom gave me and saw that it was Nine. Good. That meant we would have an hour to eat and then we're off. Chiron- who I still didn't trust no matter how many superheroes he trained -trotted over to me. "Well, Esmerelda Giggle, Terra told me about your leaving but remember you have one more person to choose and Rachel wants to meet with you at 9:30 after your dinner so eat up!" I nodded but stayed silent until he had turned away and headed back to his table. When I was done I dumped my offerings to the gods into the fire then headed to the Big House to meet with Rachel. I knocked on the door and when nobody answered I invited myself in. I followed the stairs to the attic where Rachel was sitting be herself eating a salmon burger. "Hi!" I cried. She looked up and beckoned me over. "I think you should invite Anna Windsley because she has an important discovery on this quest that she needs to go. I saw it in my dreams last night but didn't remember until a couole of hours ago," Rachel told me while pushing her plate away from her. "And I wish you good luck!" "Thanks for everything Rachel," I said smiling. I turned to leave but before going I ran over to her and gave her a nice big hug. "Oh! Thanks," Rachel murmered into my ear. We btoke apart and I left the room while thanking how kind Rachel had been to me during my stay at Camp Half Blood. But now I had to face a highly dangerous quest! I walked out into the cool night air and started searching for Anna Windsley.

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    • Anonymous

      Posted September 9, 2013

      To the stroy

      Title could be the kings evil desire

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