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    Average

    OK but Connelly at 80%. Not at his best. Bosch running on routine.
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    Not the best Bosch, but still good

    Now part retired, Bosch continues official pursuit of criminals and his own agendas. This is not the best Bosch, but still contains the essential attributes: a complicated loner detective who has difficulty in working with others; cynical and yet caring for the real victims. A major secondary character is Bosch's brother, the lawyer Michael J Haller. The interaction between them, and the clever court tactics of Haller, work well.
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    Typical Bosch Crusade

    Harry is the type of Cop we'd all want on our side. Connelly skilfully hits the reader with a dose of life reality. He makes you think long and hard about true professionalism, integrity and the price of compassion in a world where only one truth is rarely the only truth. Good thought provoking book that eats at your desire for the best outcome, leaving you to decide what is the best kind of truth.
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    Two Kinds of Truth

    Excellent story that left me thinking about the subjects for sometime afterwards
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