Switchblade – A Harry Bosch Story By Michael Connelly
Introducing Micheal Connelly’s short story titled Switchblade.
An offer from the Michael Connelly website to give early bird buyers of his new novel a teaser was just too good to pass up.
Scroll down to see us pose with the author during a meet & greet in Chicago. For those of you who pre-ordered Michael Connelly’s new novel ‘The Gods Of Guilt’ the author presented a short story to them titled ‘Switchblade’.
Switchblade is a 28 page short story that gives some lead way to his character Harry Bosch, who makes a small appearance in his newest Mickey Haller novel. It’s a quick read that sets up the scene for the two characters to meet. Character cross overs are consistent with many of Michael Connelly’s novels. This story telling dynamic offers the reader a glimpse of other main characters that he writes about, and adds a level of continuity to all the books that he’s written.
This short story takes place over a period of time. A chance job offers someone the opportunity to sway events towards an ulterior motive. Why this particular unsolved case lands on Harry Bosch’s desk is made clear by the end of the story. The investigation comes into focus when DNA from a switchblade knife is found, which leads into the title.
It was a quick read and left me anxiously awaiting his newest novel in December.
‘The Gods of Guilt‘ book is written around his other famous character, Lawyer Mickey Haller. You probably remember this character when he made his way to the big screen in ‘The Lincoln Lawyer’.
If you are interested in getting a copy of the short story ‘Switchblade’ you can get the information you need by clicking on the image below.
Michael Connelly books have entertained readers for over 20 years now and it didn’t take long before I was hooked myself. It was during some down time a couple of years ago that I was able to fill the void by reading many of his books. Silke and I had a chance to meet the author in Chicago during his book tour for ‘The Scarecrow’ awhile back.
In my house, the newest Michael Connelly novel is always within reach and the older ones are on our bookshelf.
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