REVIEW: The Narrows


Title: The Narrows
Author: Michael Connelly
Finished: September 9, 2010
Pages: 442
Published: 2004
Format: paperback

It’s been quite a few years since I read The Poet, but I found this book so compelling with the combination of two amazing characters who fight together to track the worst killer they have encountered. It doesn’t help that a friend of Bosch’s, Terry McCaleb has passed and it seems that there is a connection between the Poet and his friend’s death.

At the same time Bosch is approached by McCaleb’s wife to look into her husband’s death for murder, Rachel Walling is finding that her biggest nightmare, the Poet, seems to have resurfaced in the worst of ways.

This story intertwines such a thrilling tale and Connelly does an amazing job bringing together the powerful lives and experiences to give the reader an incredible experience and journey through finding the Poet and solving multiple murders.

Highly recommend.

*challenges: tbr stack, countdown challenge, monthly mixer mele, 1010 category challenge, ryob challenge, 100+ challenge, what’s in a name challenge, september 12×12
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