When he left the LAPD, Bosch took a file with him: the case of a production assistant murdered four years earlier during a film-set robbery. The LAPD thinks the stolen money was used to finance a terrorist training camp. Thoughts of the original murder victim were lost in the federal zeal, and when Bosch decides to reinvestigate, he quickly falls foul of both his old colleagues and the FBI.
When the investigation enables him to meet up with an old friend, shadows from his past come back to haunt him.
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fantastic book and great plot. really loving the Michael Connelly series after a friend recommended. full of intrigue let's you get involved with solving the mystery. this book was cleverly written and Harry Bosch is a class act.
I seem to be going backwards and forwards in Harry Bosch's life but that's fine. I really enjoyed this story and it was well read. It kept you guessing all the way and the end was quite a surprise. Nice also to know when he first found out about his daughter. I like Michael Connelly's books, they're well written and full of action.
I loved the slow paced but wonderfully nuanced performance: felt like I was in a bar with Harry Bosch tell me his story personally. Great characterisation and an intriguing, well told tale with some nice twists.
The story is brilliant and keeps you guessing I have enjoyed it I think I have read most of his books
yes, gives one hope
the contrast between good and evil- sadness for evil committed and joy for the spark of recovering lost light
Bosch of course
yes, the ending chapters
"Harry Hole novel- always a winner with me."
Wonderful escapism for me. Now have books on 'Audible ' - winner idea - I can get on with my chores and listen to my books at the same time. So enjoy Harry- his morals are excellent.
"Audible, get your act together"
I'm totally over it. Audible offers all these series with a couple of strategic titles missing. They've done it with the Pendergast series, the Jack Reacher series and now with Harry Bosch! The titles that are missing are integral to the ongoing story. What's the point in offering a series with the important titles missing. I have really enjoyed the Harry Bosch series but with the one missing before this, I'm totally lost to an obviously important piece to the overall story. If you haven't heard/ read the title before this, I suggest you go no further. Harry is no longer with the LAPD but I have no idea how this came about. I'm seriously considering moving to another audiobook provider
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