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by Robert Pepin,Michael Connelly

eBook Echo Park (Harry Bosch) (French Edition) download ISBN: 2757809156
Author: Robert Pepin,Michael Connelly
Publisher: Points; Points policier edition (January 5, 2008)
Language: French
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Category: Mystery
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Author: Michael Connelly, Robert Pepin. Après La Défense Lincoln, Michael Connelly revient au personnage d''Harry Bosch et nous offre un véritable chef-d''œuvre.

Author: Michael Connelly, Robert Pepin. La confrontation entre Bosch et un tueur des plus rusés est brillantissime. Une histoire aux revirements stupéfiants avec une profondeur psychologique et sociale rarement atteinte dans le roman policier.

Books in A Harry Bosch Novel (20 Book Series). Harry Bosch has been around since the Edgar Award?winning The Black Echo (1992), and critics agree that neither he nor the police-procedural series has lost of any of their original luster. Instead, they're both getting better with age. Page 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1. Previous page. Michael Connelly's sharp eye for Los Angeles, from Sunset Boulevard to Beachwood Canyon and Echo Park, also kept critics turning the pages.

Michael Connelly decided to become a writer after discovering the books of Raymond Chandler while attending the University of Florida

Michael Connelly decided to become a writer after discovering the books of Raymond Chandler while attending the University of Florida. Once he decided on this direction he chose a major in journalism and a minor in creative writing - a curriculum in which one of his teachers was novelist Harry Crews. After graduating in 1980, Connelly worked at newspapers in Daytona Beach and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, primarily specializing in the crime beat.

Connelly Michael - скачать бесплатно все книги автора. Detective Hieryonymus 'Harry' Bosch finds himself yet again in charge of a case that no one else will touch. This time his job is to nail the killer of hot shot black lawyer Howard Elias. Elias has been found murdered on the eve of going to court on behalf of Michael Harris: a man the LAPD believes guilty of the rape and murder of a 12 year old girl. Elias had let it be known that the aim of his civil case was not only to reveal the real kiler but to target and bring down the racist cops who beat up his client during a violent interrogation.

Book 12 in the Harry Bosch series. This is for Jane Wood-who keeps Harry Bosch well fed and close to the heart. I T WAS THE CAR they had been looking for. The license plate was gone but Harry Bosch could tell. A 1987 Honda Accord, its maroon paint long faded by the sun. It had been updated in ’92 with the green Clinton bumper sticker and now even that was faded. The sticker had been made with cheap ink, not meant to last. Back when the election was a long shot.

Echo Park (A Harry Bosch Novel Book 12) and millions of other books . Book 12 of 20 in the Harry Bosch Series.

Book 12 of 20 in the Harry Bosch Series.

Hieronymus Harry Bosch – a Los Angeles Police Department detective who retired and became a private investigator for a couple of novels . Shelve The Harry Bosch Novels, Volume 4: The Narrows, The Closers, Echo Park.

Hieronymus Harry Bosch – a Los Angeles Police Department detective who retired and became a private investigator for a couple of novels, before returni.

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GREAT ACCLAIM FOR MICHAEL CONNELLY CONNELLY IS RAISING THE HARD-BOILED DETECTIVE NOVEL TO A NEW LEVEL. adding substance and depth to modern crime fiction. Warner Books, Inc. Hachette Book Group, 237 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10017, Visit our Web site at ww. achetteBookGroup. Warner Books and the "W" logo are trademarks of Time Warner Inc. or an affiliated company. Harry Bosch could hear the helicopter up there, somewhere, above the darkness, circling up in the light. Why didn't it land? Why didn't it bring help?

En 1993, la jeune Marie Gesto disparaît à la sortie d''un supermarché d''Hollywood. L''affaire est confiée à l''inspecteur Bosch, qui ne peut pas la résoudre. Hanté par cet échec, Bosch rouvre le dossier année après année, mais sans grand succès. Il n''a pas renoncé et 13 ans plus tard, Bosch, qui est maintenant affecté à l''unité des affaires non résolues, reçoit un appel du district attorney lui signalant qu''un suspect accusé de deux meurtres de femmes particulièrement ignobles, dont celui de Marie Gesto, est prêt à passer aux aveux moyennant un recours à la procédure du plaider coupable qui lui éviterait la condamnation à mort. La tâche de Bosch consiste donc à recueillir ces aveux et à vérifier si l''assassin n''est pas en train de duper l''appareil judiciaire afin d''éviter la piqûre. Il va donc devoir être en contact avec l''individu qu''il recherche depuis treize ans et, tout de suite, c''est la haine. En épluchant le dossier établi par Bosch treize ans plus tôt, le district attorney découvre une erreur capitale dans l''enquête qu''il a menée. Le coéquipier de Bosch, Jerry Edgar, aurait reçu un coup de fil de l''assassin et, négligence ou autre, n''a pas remonté l''appel. Résultat : Bosch et lui auraient, de fait, laissé courir un tueur en série des plus cruels et dangereux. Après La Défense Lincoln, Michael Connelly revient au personnage d''Harry Bosch et nous offre un véritable chef-d''œuvre. La confrontation entre Bosch et un tueur des plus rusés est brillantissime. Une histoire aux revirements stupéfiants avec une profondeur psychologique et sociale rarement atteinte dans le roman policier.
Comments: (7)
Tejora
Echo Park attracted my attention because I live in LA and the title intrigued me. I had never read Michael Connelly before and police procedurals are not what I typically gravitate to. Nevertheless I was completely absorbed in this intense , taut thriller of a novel. It's not an easy book to review without giving away some spoilers but let me just say that his writing is awesome. If you are familiar with Los Angeles all the better because his depictions put you right there. I will certainly read more in this series and check out the Amazon TV production based on the LA detective who is the protaganist ; Harry Bosch. Crisply written with lots of plot twists and believable dialogue, Echo Park is a serious page turner. Nothing better than discovering a new series and realizing there are so many more to explore. Great stuff.
Reemiel
Harry Bosch is working in the Open-Unsolved Unit of the LAPD and occasionally reviews the thirteen year old case of Marie Gesto, one that he just can’t let go. The case gets another close look when a guy named Raynard Waits agrees to take the rap for Marie’s murder along with a host of other crimes.
Waits agrees to lead a group of police officers and forensic experts to Marie’s burial site in a high wooded area on the outskirts of Los Angeles. There is a long and tense scene at the center of the book that involves this expedition and how various things go wrong in the process.
There are two women in Bosch’s life, three if you count his daughter Maddie who is currently living in Hong Kong. Bosch’s partner is a black woman detective named Kiz Rider. She and Bosch have a strong suspicion that Waits is not really Marie Gesto’s killer but they have no other likely candidates at the moment. Bosch is also carrying on a romantic relationship with FBI agent Rachel Walling who works out of the Los Angeles office. Walling is an expert profiler and Bosch takes advantage of her talents to help solve the case. I thought it was interesting that Walling could take up so much of her professional FBI time to help Harry with a local police case.
After Marie’s body is found the case becomes much more complicated. Without giving away the plot, Connelly takes the reader through an exciting but twisted story that involves corruption in the LAPD, the District Attorney’s office, and the undue influence of wealthy businessmen who have “skin in the game.”
Styphe
After the conclusion of this episode in Bosch great adventures I wonder what comes next. He has shown that he can be dirty if it suites his purposes - to the point of orchestrating a murder of a witness that happens as soon as he has enough evidence for his case. His case is all he cares for. His case most often than not is where the victim is a young woman, preferably a prostitute - in commemoration of his murdered mother, a prostitute who was found unfit mother when he was 11 year old; for no rational reason he is still hang up on it 40 years after the fact, even after he solved her murder. That alone would show one how mentally and emotionally unsound he is. He cares for NOBODY with whom he crosses ways with, whether it is personal or professional relationship; and he uses and puts in jeopardy everybody who is willing to help him. I know I am not adding anything new to what has been written about him by other readers. One spoon of tar spoils a barrel of honey, as they say in Russia. This character is the whole bowl of tar. And although I have read all of the series - I hate Bosch. He needs to end, as he is not about to retire.
Golden freddi
I have read all of the Bosch series except one or two, and I have enjoyed every book. They are fast moving and you do not want to stop reading. Harry Bosch is a very complex person who goes through bad times and good times, but always seems to get things resolved in a timely manner. I would suggest reading the series in sequence to keep up with continuity of the characters. I have also watched the Bosch TV series on Amazon prime and highly recommend it.
Twentyfirstfinger
The introduction to this novel alone is worth five stars. In its pages, we learn (via a fascinating flashback) of a missing woman from 1993, Marie Gesto - presumed dead - as the case has been transferred to Hollywood Homicide Division. Harry Bosch's division. We learn where she was last seen. In a towering Hollywood hi-rise apartment building. We learn that a multitude of culprits had access to the missing person's garage and car. But most importantly, we learn that Harry Bosch is human. In these books, he is real. He cares as much about missing persons he looks for as do their loves ones. That is good news for the victim, their family and of course, the reader. But bad news for the killers.

Onto the book itself ...

Michael Connelly does not just write mysteries. He creates complex tomes of compelling narrative, mixed in with several missing persons. He creates killers so evil and offensive the reader can smell them a mile off. And of course the good guys are so human (with the associated flaws and weaknesses) that you can't help but like them and relate. And then there's Harry himself. The epitome of official detective-dom, as i said before he would rather die than let some killer go free. Humour does not play much of a role in any 'Michael Connelly book. It does not belong there. It is not appropriate. Opening a Harry Bosch novel is like stepping into a closed case from any English-speaking police force on the planet and following the procedure from start to finish.

ECHO PARK is brilliant. It wraps threads from cases long buried in the past into the present day and links them all magnificently. Rest assured you will be blown away by the plot as you progress through the book and be stunned and yet completely satisfied by the solution of yet another fantastic Harry Bosch novel. A world class story from one of the world's elite.

BFN Greggorio!