Friday, April 22, 2016

City of Bones / Michael Connelly 393 p.

Harry Bosch, LAPD homicide detective, investigates a 20 year old murder uncovered when a dog brings home a bone.  The case brings back memories of his childhood as an orphan.  Love blossoms when he connects with a young beautiful rookie.  Then the plot twists with a sudden and sharp turn that shakes him up.  Harry's "the devil is in the detail's" investigative style blows the sure-fire case out of the water, leaving he and his partner back at square one.  And he wondering about his "mission".  A gritty police procedural.

City of Bones / Michael Connelly 393 p.

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