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- Publisher: Warner Books
- Format: Paperback | 528 pages
- Dimensions: 109mm x 170mm x 33mm | 227g
- Publication date: 1 March 2003
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 0446602612
- ISBN 13: 9780446602617
- Edition statement: Reissue
- Sales rank: 13,658
New York Times bestselling author Michael Connelly has written one explosive thriller after another featuring Detective Harry Bosch. Now, in an electrifying departure, he presents a novel that breaks all the rules and will keep your heart racing and your mind guessing until the very last page. Death is reporter Jack McEvoy's beat: his calling, his obsession. But this time, death brings McEvoy the story he never wanted to write--and the mystery he desperately needs to solve. A serial killer of unprecedented savagery and cunning is at large. His targets: homicide cops, each haunted by a murder case he couldn't crack. The killer's calling card: a quotation from the works of Edgar Allen Poe. His latest victim is McEvoy's own brother. And his last...may be McEvoy himself.
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Michael Connelly is a former journalist and has won every major prize for crime fiction. He lives in Florida.
By Alexis 05 Apr 2013
This is the second book of Michael Connolly's I have read, the first being Bloodwork. Both great reads so I decided to go back and read his earlier novels I had on the shelf and chose The Poet. I thoroughly enjoy his style of writing and he tells a great story.
"Chilling . . . The Poet Rings True." -- San Francisco Examiner