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A Twist in the Tale by Michael Connelly (2 volume set)

A Twist in the Tale by Michael Connelly (2 volume set)

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A Twist in the Tale

by Michael Connelly

(Four ingenious thrillers in two volumes)

Volume One: Harry Bosch
Echo Park – Nine Dragons

Volume Two: Mickey Haller
The Lincoln Lawyer – The Brass Verdict


Reader’s Digest, 2013, [First Edition], ISBN 9781922083265 (two volume set), lightly illustrated at book introductions, decorated end-papers, hardcovers with photographic laminated boards, dust-jacket

Near Fine Condition, minor edge and shelf wear, no inscriptions, dust-jacket shows minor edge and shelf wear (see photographs)

“In Volume One we bring you two classic novels starring LAPD Detective Harry Bosch, the tough, determined character who debuted in 1992 in a crime thriller, The Black Echo, that won the Edgar Award for Best First Novel by the Mystery Writers of America. Harry Bosch is one of the top homicide investigators in fiction. He can be relied on to give everything to the case in hand – and at the same time he’s distinctive and unpredictable in his methods. And so are the Harry Bosch stories – because Michael Connelly is justly famous not only for authenticity of the crime scenarios that he explores, but also for their dazzling convolutions.
In Volume Two we bring you two suspenseful novels starring Mikey Haller, the brilliant, unorthodox criminal defence lawyer who first appeared in The Lincoln Lawyer in 2005. Michael Connelly’s first legal thriller, it went straight to #1 on the New York Bestseller List and was later turned into a major film. Mikey Haller is unusual in that his professional office is a Lincoln Town Car. And he has another quirk: for him, the law is rarely about guilt or innocence – it’s about negotiation and manipulation. Michael Connelly stars Haller in stories to match, which are exciting not only for what they reveal about justice in the USA, but also for their stunning complexity.”

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