My most recent Harry Bosch read picks up not long after the previous book. Harry is living a brand new life, unsure of where life is taking him and what he should do, haunted by the memories of his ex-wife and what could have been.
To cure the boredom of retirement, Harry finds himself following up on a cold case that he rescued from the bottom of his desk drawer before leaving, only to alert all areas of law enforcement that he is in fact looking into a case as if he was still a cop.
What Harry doesn’t know is that he’s closer to the truth than he ever expected and all the hoops he has jumped through to find the answer have only caused everyone more pain and hassle than anything else. Apparently in this case, looks are always deceiving, the truth is right in front and no amount of time can remove any pain caused in the past.
I very much enjoyed this book and the new aspect to Harry’s new life. It’s great seeing him in a new capacity and I can only wonder what is in store for the next round.