by Michael Connelly
2015 / 400 pages
read by Titus Welliver 9h 20m
rating A+ / crime
(#20 in the Harry Bosch series)
I’ve read almost all of the Harry Bosch police procedural series over the years – many years and regularly entertaining. I caught up a couple years ago and have followed the series as the new novels came out. I’ve also read the Mickey Haller legal thrillers – good stuff.
But after 20 books, Harry is getting older and in the prior book was forced to retire. He’s still gung-ho LAPD, and his half
-brother, Mickey Haller still works as a defense attorney, the “enemy” as far as Bosch is concerned. Now Mickey needs Harry’s help with investigations which could free a truly innocent man and Harry wants something to do – hard as it is to “go over to the enemy” if what Haller believes about his client is true is also means a killer is still on the loose – so Bosch’s conscience is mostly relieved. >>>>MORE>>>