Series: Harry Bosch
|The Black Echo by Michael Connelly||1|
|The Black Ice by Michael Connelly||2|
|The Concrete Blonde by Michael Connelly||3|
|The Last Coyote by Michael Connelly||4|
|Trunk Music by Michael Connelly||5|
|Angels Flight by Michael Connelly||6|
|A Darkness More Than Night by Michael Connelly||7|
|City of Bones by Michael Connelly||8|
|Lost Light by Michael Connelly||9|
|The Narrows by Michael Connelly||10|
|The Narrows [and] The Lincoln Lawyer by Michael Connelly||"The Narrows", 10|
|The Closers by Michael Connelly||11|
|Echo Park by Michael Connelly||12|
|The Overlook by Michael Connelly||13|
|The Brass Verdict by Michael Connelly||14|
|The Brass Verdict / Moscow Rules / Remeber Me? / The Crossing by Michael Connelly||"The Brass Verdict", 14|
|Suicide Run (Suicide Run / Cielo Azul / One Dollar Jackpot) by Michael Connelly||short stories|
|Angle of Investigation (Christmas Even / Father's Day / Angle of Investigation) by Michael Connelly||short stories|
|Nine Dragons by Michael Connelly||15|
|Reader's Digest Select Editions: Nine Dragons / Lady Killer / Present Danger / Water, Stone, Heart by Reader's Digest||"Nine Dragons", # 15|
|The Reversal by Michael Connelly||16|
|The Drop by Michael Connelly||17|
|The Black Box by Michael Connelly||18|
|Switchblade by Michael Connelly||short story|
|The Burning Room by Michael Connelly||19|
|The Crossing by Michael Connelly||20|
|The Black Echo / The Black Ice by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 1-2|
|The Black Echo / The Black Ice / The Concrete Blonde by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 1-3|
|The Concrete Blonde / The Last Coyote by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 3-4|
|The Concrete Blonde / The Last Coyote / Trunk Music by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 3-5|
|Blood Work / Void Moon / Angels Flight by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 5-6|
|The Last Coyote / Trunk Music / Angels Flight by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 4-6|
|Blood Work [and] A Darkness More Than Night by Michael Connelly||Includes 7|
|A Darkness More Than Night / City of Bones / Chasing the Dime by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 7-8|
|A Darkness More than Night / City of Bones / Lost Light by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 7-9|
|The Harry Bosch Novels: Volume 4: The Narrows, The Closers, Echo Park by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 10-12|
|The Narrows / The Closers / Echo Park by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 10-12|
|Chasing the Dime / The Lincoln Lawyer / The Concrete Blond / Angels Flight / Lost Light / The Overlook / The Black Echo by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 1, 3, 6, 9, 13|
|The Closers / Chasing the Dime / Echo Park / The Overlook / The Poet / The Last Coyote / The Concrete Blonde / Lost Light / The Black Echo by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 1, 3-4, 9, 11-13|
|The Lincoln Lawyer / The Brass Verdict / The Reversal by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 14 & 16|
|The Harry Bosch novels volume five by Michael Connelly||Omnibus 13, 15, & 17|
A series of crime novels featuring Det. Hieronymous (Harry) Bosch, of the LAPD's Robbery Homicide Division.
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