The Concrete Blonde

The Concrete Blonde by Michael Connelly provides a look into the case that made Harry Bosch famous, which had only been briefly mentioned in previous books. The reason it’s being brought up again is because more bodies are showing up, and it looks like Bosch was wrong all those years ago. Connelly weaves an interesting yarn as Bosch has to fight his own doubts and uncertainties even as he battles for justice, truth, his reputation, and possibly even his job. The author proves with this one that he also knows his way around a taut legal thriller as the courtroom scenes spark with tension and verisimilitude.

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