Three Great Novels : The Poet, Blood Work, Void Moon
THE POET Jack McEvoy's brother, a homicide detective, has just killed himself. Or so it would appear. When Jack, a Rocky Mountain beat reporter, begins to investigate the phenomenon of police suicides, a disturbing pattern emerges, and he soon suspects that a serial murderer is at work. BLOOD WORK Thanks to a heart transplant, former FBI agent Terry McCaleb is enjoying a quiet retirement. And then he learns that the previous owner of his heart was not - as he'd been told - killed in an accident, but murdered. Reactivating his connections and his expertise, McCaleb embarks on a private investigation of his donor's murder, leading to a killer as audacious as himself. VOID MOON Cassie Black is lured back to robbing casino gamblers by a set-up that is too good to ignore. Soon she finds herself running from a stone cold killer who somehow knows her every move in advance, and who appears to be closing in on Cassie's most closely guarded secret - the one she will do anything to protect.
- Hardback | 720 pages
- 170 x 243 x 59mm | 1,299g
- 05 Dec 2002
- Orion Publishing Co
- London, United Kingdom
About Michael Connelly
A former police reporter for the Los Angeles Times, Michael Connelly is the author of seven acclaimed Harry Bosch novels, as well as THE POET, BLOOD WORK and VOID MOON. He lives in Los Angeles.