When the bones of a boy are found scattered in the Hollywood Hills, Harry Bosch is drawn into a case that brings up dark memories from his past. Unearthing hidden stories, he finds the child's identity and reconstructs his fractured life, determined that he won't be forgotten.
At the same time, a new love affair with a female cop begins to blossom - until a stunningly blown mission leaves him in more trouble than ever before. The investigation races to a shocking conclusion and leaves Bosch on the brink of an unimaginable decision...
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Not the best Harry Bosch, mainly due to naration.
Art Pepper was a saxophonist who had passed me by. My thanks.
with Harry Bosch. This book is no less good than the others, very listenable. Good story, good reading, and one is sure the details are credible.
But I'm starting to find Bosch slightly annoying. All right, he's a man with a mission. But honestly, would he perform his mission any less effectively if he were a little less inconsiderate to his love interest and rude to his colleagues? Could he sometimes not consider the possibility that he might be mistaken? Might he not get better results if he got a bit of a life?
City of Bones - good read
Bosch at his usual no nonsense self,
lots of twists & turns thinking you knew who the killer was only to find to wasn't them
Narrator was good
Another great novel from a master of crime fiction. As always, in Bosch series you are hooked from the begging. Full of twists and turns. Loved every minute of it.
Another Harry Bosch story living up to expectations. narration took some getting used to. Male and female voice had little distinction. Some chapters end with a really annoying musical chord which adds nothing to the experience. Don't let this put you off, it's a great story, with the usual plots and sub-plots.
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