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A retired FBI agent investigates the death of heart transplant donor.

Biographie de l'auteur

Michael Connelly is a former journalist and has won every major prize for crime fiction. He lives in Florida.


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  • Poche: 528 pages
  • Editeur : Grand Central Publishing; Édition : Reissue (1 octobre 1998)
  • Collection : Roman
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0446602620
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446602624
  • Dimensions du produit: 10,8 x 2,5 x 17,1 cm
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Né en 1956, Michael Connelly, maître incontesté du polar américain, a reçu les plus hautes distinctions littéraires dont l'Edgar du premier roman policier pour « Les Égouts de Los Angeles ». Il est notamment l'auteur du « Poète » et de « Créance de sang », porté à l'écran par Clint Eastwood. Tous ses ouvrages sont disponibles en Points.
Il l'auteur de : « La Glace noire », « La Blonde en béton », « Le Poète », « Le Cadavre dans la rolls » , « La Lune était noire », « Lumière morte », « Deuil interdit », « La Défense Lincoln », « Echo Park », « A genoux », « L'Épouvantail » et « Neufs dragons » . Il s'est vu décerner le Prix Pulitzer pour ses reportages sur les émeutes de Los Angeles en 1992.

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13 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Un client sur 20 novembre 2004
Format: Poche
Blood Work est le premier roman que j'ai lu de M Connelly et je suis depuis une accro!... Sa manière de camper le décors, décrire ses personnages et leurs sentiments, impressions... est inégalable et permet une lecture facile, intense, presque intimiste. Par ailleurs, chaque détail, même le plus minime, est réutilisé par la suite ce qui est, à mon avis, la vraie caractéristique du roman bien monté, et permet de garder doute et suspense jusqu'au bout. Que du bonheur!...
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Sandrine 26 sur 23 juin 2011
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
Une intrigue bien ficelée qui nous tient en haleine et bien plus convaincante que le film qui en a été tiré. une langue facile et agréable.un très bon moment de lecture!
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Par cahill joan sur 28 novembre 2012
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Excellent. Better than The Poet and that was a good one. Interaction between characters even richer than usual. Great story line. Buy the book...you will love it...!
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Par Gaschard Nicolas sur 21 novembre 2012
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
Au début j'étais déçu, car je pensais qu'il s'agissait d'une histoire avec Harry Bosch, mais en fait non. Et puis, après deux chapitres, impossible de lâcher le bouquin... Top bien !
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Michael Connelly at his Best 9 février 2001
Par Roz Levine - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
Terry McCaleb, ex-FBI profiler and serial killer point man in Los Angeles, is spending his days recuperating after a heart transplant by restoring the boat he lives on. Life consists of long daily walks, checking vital signs and taking anti-rejection medications. That is, until he looks up one day to see Graciela Rivers coming aboard with a request. She's read about his career and new heart in the paper and wants him to privately take on the murder case of her sister, Glory, who was shot in the head and killed during a convenience store robbery. At first, McCaleb says no, he's not in the business anymore, doesn't need the stress and has to take care of himself. But when she reveals that his new heart belonged to Glory, she was an organ donor, he rethinks his answer and decides to look into the case. As he starts to look at the LAPD paperwork and crime scene tape, one thing becomes very clear, things are not as they seem. The detectives working the case, missed some important clues and it appears that Glory wasn't just at the wrong place at the wrong time, but the actual target. And as McCaleb digs deeper, he knows his new heart will never rest easy, unless he solves the crime and finds the killer..... Michael Connelly has done it again. He's written a great mystery/thriller with enough twists, turns and false starts to keep you turning pages to the very end. This is a book that has it all...a great, fast paced, suspenseful plot, well drawn, original characters and riveting scenes that come alive on the page. This is a novel you'll definitely want to read in one sitting. So turn off the phone and lock the door, Blood Work is about to keep you up all night!
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It doesn't get much better... 18 juillet 2006
Par Cynthia K. Robertson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
I have enjoyed all the Michael Connelly books I've read lately, and Blood Work is even better than I have come to expect. While this isn't part of Connelly's Harry Bosch series, the protagonist, Terry McCaleb, has appeared in other books (including a Bosch).

Terry McCaleb is a retired FBI agent whose specialty was criminal profiling. His retirement was brought on when his heart was attacked by a virus, and he eventually had a heart transplant two years later. McCaleb is a mere two months past surgery and still recovering when a beautiful woman shows up on his boat. Graciela Rivers is seeking his help. Her sister was brutally murdered in a convenience store robbery. The LAPD are not much interested and think it was a random shooting. He begs off, saying that he can't physically perform an investigation. He can't even drive for another seven months. But then Graciela plays her trump card: McCaleb received her sister's heart. McCaleb reluctantly decides to look into the case, and finds himself pitted against the LAPD and the FBI. McCaleb also discovers that this isn't a random shooting and that the killer is in fact a serial killer.

In solving the crime, McCaleb also learns a lot about himself. He discovers that he misses the chase and the work. He's still got it despite his physical limitations. This case also helps to heal more than his heart.

Connelly is so convincing because he writes like a cop (thanks to his years as a crime reporter). Suspects are "in the wind" (they have disappeared without a trace). Or McCaleb does the "hard tango" with other officers to get information (when they aren't willing to share). Last summer I was on a James Lee Burke kick (Dave Robicheaux) and Connelly is also a fan. It was fun to find McCaleb wearing a Robicheaux Dock and Baitshop t-shirt in one chapter.

For any Connelly fan or even a lover of mysteries, it doesn't get much better than Blood Work.
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Engaging 6 avril 2001
Par Eimear Coffey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
This was the first Michael Connolly book I read, and because of it I have since bought five others. The plot is engaging from the very start. Ex-FBI agent Terry McCaleb, whose speciality was profiling serial killers, has retired from the Bureau after a heart transplant and is living on his boat in LA harbour. Having turned his back on fighting crime, he has no intentions of helping Graciela Rivers, a woman whose sister has been murdered, until he finds out that the transplanted heart that saved his life belonged to her. With this knowledge, he feels obliged to investigate Gloria's death, against the express wishes of his doctor and knowing it could have serious consequences for his health.
All McCaleb has to go on is a video tape from a convenience store showing a masked man hold up the owner and then shoot the two witnesses. Add to this the hostility he receives from the two LAPD detectives assigned the case, and it seems like McCaleb isn't going to get far. However, it soon becomes clear that the crime is not as random as it seems, and McCaleb is on the trail of someone a lot more sinister than an opportunistic thief.
Connolly writes "Blood Work" with an unrelenting pace and a real flair for knowing exactly how to string the reader along. You'll be as hooked as one of the fish in the harbour!
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Among the very best 29 septembre 2005
Par TB - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
I don't write these reviews often, but this book impressed me so much that I had to put in a few good words for it.

I have read several of Connelly's Harry Bosch novels and had enjoyed them very much, but this one stands out from the rest.

Why? First of all, Terry McCaleb is the hero of this. An ex-FBI serial killer specialist, he has a newly transplanted heart in him as the book opens. He isn't the classic pulp hero, and it makes life interesting.

Second, and I won't ruin the plot by saying anything, this is extremely intelligent, a creation of lots of good reporting and crafting of a great plot. Connelly, a former LA Times reporter, shows his background when he weavees together a plot that is fascinating, believable, and full of surprises. This is among the best constructed mysteries I've ever read.

So do yourself a favor and spend the few bucks -- or few cents -- it takes to purchase this book. You'll be intrigued and amazed by it.
11 internautes sur 12 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Not my favorite Connelly book 27 décembre 2009
Par T. Anderson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I started reading Michael Connelly about 3 months ago and have made my way chronologically through his books to Blood Work. This is my least favorite book of the 7 Connelly books I've read so far. He introduces a new main character, Terry McCaleb, who is a former FBI agent that specialized in serial killings. McCaleb is on permanent hiatus due to a recent heart transplant. The sister of his heart donor discovers his identity (and prior profession) and asks for his help in solving her sister's murder. McCaleb takes on the challenge much to his doctor's displeasure.

Blood Works starts out a little slow and then picks up nicely about midway at which point I had trouble putting it down. It only rates 3 stars with me because Connelly never really made McCaleb feel like a real person...not the way he does with Harry Bosch (the main character in the majority of his books). Also, the romantic angle was a little too unbelievable. And, although the plot had its share of twists and turns, things worked out just a little too easily. Plus, there were some loose ends left behind...not typical of Connelly.
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