Is it the end of the line for Harry Bosch?
When evidence links a brutal murder in 1989 to a convicted rapist named Clayton Pell, the case should be watertight. Pell's DNA was found on the victim - but he was only eight years old at the time.
This is not the only mystery Harry Bosch has to solve. A man jumped - or was pushed - from a window. The victim's father is Councilman Irving, who's been intent on destroying Harry's career for years. Now Irving wants Harry to head up the investigation.
Harry uncovers traces of two of the city's deepest secrets: a killer operating for as many as three decades without being detected, and a conspiracy that goes back into the dark history of the police department . . .
With each book the character of Bosch gets better. I think this was one of his best, two good story lines, twists and battles with old advisory’s. Read in order this book continues the ongoing saga of Harry, his life, work and troubled relationships. A most for any Bosch fan.
a thrilling read
For this title you get two cases and two storylines at a bargain price. This is the second book of connelly's i've read so it doesnt need to be read in series.
Connelly at his best once again.