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In City of Bones, Connelly's eighth Bosch title, Bosch and his well-dressed partner, Jerry Edgar, are working to identify a child's skeleton, buried for 20 years in the forest off Hollywood's Wonderland Drive, and to bring the killer to belated justice. For Bosch this is more than just another homicide, as the mystery child, beaten and abandoned, comes to represent much of what he sees as evil in his city. Add in a tragic love affair with a fellow cop, complications from overzealous media, and the growing feeling that he's fighting a losing battle about which no one cares, and the usually stoic Bosch is pushed to his limits. This isn't the strongest plot Connelly has concocted for Bosch, but it leads to an ending the whole series has been building toward. The conclusion may not shock longtime fans, but it will leave them wondering where the series will go from here. --Benjamin Reese --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I really enjoy reading any of the Harry Bosch stories and this one was no accretion.Published 5 days ago by Harleygramps
Fantastic series and one of my favorites. Unabridged was unavailable at our libraries so this one will be donated when I'm done listening to it for others to appreciate hearing... Read morePublished 6 days ago by SF Gal
Mr Connelly never lets you down. This one start with a wide open premise and Connelly ties it all together. Read morePublished 7 days ago by George B.
Excellent, as usual! Love Harry Bosch character by Michael Connelly.Published 10 days ago by Muffy Dreyfuss
Have read most of his Bosch books and have been pleased with all. He has enough spins to keep you guessing.Published 10 days ago by bigred
Harry "finds" his own case this time. Doing a routine call out on a holiday, he discovers what appear to be human bones in a shallow grave in a remote area. Read morePublished 15 days ago by bestks