LAPD Detective Renée Ballard teams up with Harry Bosch in the new work of fiction from #1 NYT bestselling author Michael Connelly. Read more...
- [-] Other Available FormatsOur PriceNew & Used MarketplaceDark Sacred Night (Paperback)
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing$15.99Dark Sacred Night (Large Print Hardcover)
Publisher: Little Brown and Company$26.04Dark Sacred Night (Audio - Unabridged)
Publisher: Hachette Audio$74.99Dark Sacred Night (Audio Compact Disc - Unabridged)
Publisher: Little Brown and Company$25.60
Customers Also Bought
ProductsMore About Dark Sacred Night by Michael ConnellyOverviewClick Here For the Autographed Copy
LAPD Detective Renée Ballard teams up with Harry Bosch in the new work of fiction from #1 NYT bestselling author Michael Connelly.
Renée Ballard is working the night beat again, and returns to Hollywood Station in the early hours only to find a stranger rifling through old file cabinets. The intruder is retired detective Harry Bosch, working a cold case that has gotten under his skin. Ballard kicks him out, but then checks into the case herself and it brings a deep tug of empathy and anger.
Bosch is investigating the death of fifteen-year-old Daisy Clayton, a runaway on the streets of Hollywood who was brutally murdered and her body left in a dumpster like so much trash. Now, Ballard joins forces with Bosch to find out what happened to Daisy and finally bring her killer to justice.
- ISBN-13: 9780316484800
- ISBN-10: 0316484806
- Publisher: Little Brown and Company
- Publish Date: October 2018
- Page Count: 448
- Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.4 x 1.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
Series: Bosch and Ballard Novel
Related CategoriesBookPage Reviews
Dark Sacred Night
Cold cases are a running theme this month, as Michael Connelly pairs series stalwart Harry Bosch with Renée Ballard in their first (but hopefully not their last) adventure together, Dark Sacred Night. Ballard first showed up in 2017’s The Late Show as a solo act, but she and Bosch work exceptionally well as a duo, investigating the unsolved 2009 murder of a young runaway. The case holds a personal component for Bosch, as the mother of the murdered girl is staying at his house. There aren’t many clues available after the passage of so much time, but Bosch is dogged in his pursuit, and his personal creed—everybody counts or nobody counts—gets a run for its money this time out. Connelly does an exceptional job of giving voice to both his protagonists. They share a bit of an outsider’s perspective—respected for their work but not always liked by their peers—and this is what makes them such a formidable team. My favorite Connelly books pair Bosch with protagonists from his other books, like Mickey Haller in The Lincoln Lawyer, and this latest pairing is truly inspired.