A nicely-done police procedural in the Harry Bosch series. Although this is the fifth book in the series, it’s the first one I’ve read. The plot is interesting, as are the characters, if they do fall a little flat from time to time. My editor brain cringed a few times at some things I thought the book’s editor should have caught and fixed–especially since this is not a first-time author. However, it’s not something likely to bother the average reader. Definitely recommended if you like mysteries/procedurals; I’ll likely look for more books in this series.
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