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When Los Angeles detective Harry Bosch and his partner Jerry Edgar are called to a scene, with a dead body, everybody thinks it is a routine suicide of a small time actress. But Bosch finds anomalies at the scene that won’t leave him alone. Along with a young officer desperate to be a detective, Bosch discovers that this ‘suicide’ is actually a victim of a serial killer. The biggest surprise is yet to come.
Ten years after capturing the killer of an unidentified child, Bosch visits the prisoner waiting on death row in order to receive the answer to a question that has been bothering him since the case began.
One Dollar Jackpot
Bosch investigates a gambler’s murder. When he goes one on one with the suspect, the stakes are the highest.
These are snippets from the case files of Harry Bosch. Short stories to give you a flavor of the characters, his way of thinking, and conducting an investigation. Connelly brings in other partners for Bosch than just his regular one Edgar which could set up future stories featuring them. They being too short, there isn’t enough time to get a real feel for L.A. and I missed some of the departmental squabbles and politics usually found in longer novels. Still, you know once Bosch sinks his teeth into something he won’t let go until he ferrets out the killer even when everyone else around him thinks differently. This trio of tales are there for you when you have a few minutes and want a good story to help pass the time.