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Publisher Description

After what seems like a routine murder investigation, LAPD Detective Harry Bosch finds himself in Hong Kong facing the highest-stakes case of his life: bringing his kidnapped daughter home.
Fortune Liquors is a small shop in a tough South L.A. neighborhood, a store Bosch has known for years. The murder of John Li, the store's owner, hits Bosch hard, and he promises Li's family that he'll find the killer.
The world Bosch steps into next is unknown territory. He brings in a detective from the Asian Gang Unit for help with translation -- not just of languages but also of the cultural norms and expectations that guided Li's life. He uncovers a link to a Hong Kong triad, a lethal and far-reaching crime ring that follows many immigrants to their new lives in the U.S.
And instantly his world explodes. The one good thing in Bosch's life, the person he holds most dear, is taken from him and Bosch travels to Hong Kong in an all-or-nothing bid to regain what he's lost. In a place known as Nine Dragons, as the city's Hungry Ghosts festival burns around him, Bosch puts aside everything he knows and risks everything he has in a desperate bid to outmatch the triad's ferocity. Featuring ebook bonus materials including an in-depth interview with the author about writing "Nine Dragons," photos from his exciting travels while writing the book, and a link to an online promotional video.

Mysteries & Thrillers
October 13
Little, Brown and Company
Hachette Digital, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Anon23765 ,

Great read, as expected

Connelly makes it look easy...intricate plotting and a fast pace. He's been doing it since Black Echo and he just keeps getting better and better.

Halsterx ,

9 Dragons

Convoluted plot and narrative. Unlike other Bosch books, impossible to imagine or believe.

Zafon fan ,

First disappointing Connelly

I've read every Connelly and this is the first disappointment. I'm trying not to give too much away, but the entire plot hinges on a coincidence that stretches disbelief into implausibility. The book feels rushed and poorly thought through.

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