Monday, 21 October 2013
The Gods of Guilt
Readers who are familiar with Connelly's Bosch novels will immediately recognize the themes of guilt, redemption, reconciliation with one's past, and the death of a prostitute: one of society's most vulnerable. In The Gods of Guilt, Haller's former client has been murdered: a woman he thought he had rescued from prostitution. Haller learns that she had gone back into the trade prior to her death and rather than rescuing her, he may have put her in harm's way.
To read an excerpt from the novel and see a video of the author discussing it, please visit Connelly's website at http://www.michaelconnelly.com/.