Trunk Music

Trunk Music

Book - 2013
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LAPD homicide detective Harry Bosch investigates the murder of a Hollywood producer in what appears to be a Mafia hit.
Publisher: New York : Grand Central Publishing, 2013, c1997
Edition: 1st oversize mass market ed
ISBN: 9781455550654
Branch Call Number: Mystery Connelly
Characteristics: 529 pages ; 20 cm


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WVMLStaffPicks Dec 07, 2014

Following his last big success, The Poet, Connelly returns with a terrific new police procedural -- his best yet in the L.A. Police Dept. Detective Harry Bosch series. Bosch is back on the job after an involuntary administrative leave, and his first case appears to be a simple homicide, possibly a Mafia related hit. But nothing goes according to plan and before he knows it, Bosch is on a roller-coaster ride of triumph and disaster, and up against Las Vegas wiseguys, the FBI, LAPD's organized crime unit, Internal Affairs, as well as the real killers. Intelligently written, fast moving and tightly plotted, this novel is a page-turner.

Jul 15, 2013

I returned this.

Jun 13, 2012

Title refers to when mobsters kill thier victim in the trunk of a car! Another good Harry Bosch story.

Feb 19, 2011

I did not care for the story, and I found the female character abominably ill-written. She seems angry at Bosch for all of five minutes for their previous relationship, and it seems as if prison cured her of any distinct personality traits or signs of life she used to have.

debwalker Nov 01, 2010

Trunk Music - slang for Mafia hit ending with the victim stashed in a car trunk. Lots of twists, many of them involving the reappearance of Eleanor Wish, Harry's lost love. Happy ending for once. Not that it's going to last long in this series.


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debwalker Nov 01, 2010

You're looking at one of two things. The needle or LWP." He pronounced the last acronym el-wop, knowing that any ... criminal in the system would know it meant life without parole.

Trunk's a wise guy saying out of Chicago. You know, when they whack some poor slob they say "Oh, Tony? Don't worry about Tony. He's trunk music now. You won't see him no more.


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