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By Michael Connelly - The Black Box (A Harry Bosch Novel) (10/27/12) - Community Reviews back

by Michael Connelly
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Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it 3 years ago
I am so going to need someone to hold Bosch down one of these days and say going off to investigate solo has never worked out well for him. Bosch runs afoul of another person who is in charge of the Open/Unsolved unit he is back on who is out to get Bosch tossed. And due to Bosch ticking off the Chi...
XOX
XOX rated it 4 years ago
Harry Bosch working on a case. This case is 21 year old. SPOILER ALERT [spoiler] And there is new development because the same gun that is used to kill over the year. Not many. And they could be all be linked. [/spoiler] A young foreign journalist was killed during the 1992 LA riot. T...
XOX
XOX rated it 4 years ago
Harry Bosch working on a case. This case is 21 year old. SPOILER ALERT [spoiler] And there is new development because the same gun that is used to kill over the year. Not many. And they could be all be linked. [/spoiler] A young foreign journalist was killed during the 1992 LA riot. T...
Toni
Toni rated it 6 years ago
Book 18, in the Harry Bosch seriesAfter 18 novels over a 20 years span one would think Mr. Connelly would ran out of ideas for this series, but it seems this challenge is a no-brainer for a prolific author. “The Black Box” it is both a story of police procedural and one that continues the saga of th...
ken
ken rated it 6 years ago
Just barely four stars. It's Bosch for the most part, but the ending didn't feel right.
Ko
Ko rated it 7 years ago
2.5Meh. Too much procedural minutiae and no surprises at all. The thing creaks along with the same unappealing partner and love interest as in the last book. Maybe it's time to move along to the Maddy Bosch series. ...and for God's sake, Harry, the kid is 16, bright, ambitious and a dead-eye shot. S...
Thewanderingjew
Thewanderingjew rated it 7 years ago
This murder mystery is the 16th novel featuring Detective Harry Bosch. It is a straight forward, simply written novel. Bosch is somewhat of a loose cannon, a cop that does not follow rules in his pursuit of justice. Often in trouble because of his methods, he is successful in solving crimes that see...
Darlene Marshall, author
Darlene Marshall, author rated it 7 years ago
Harry Bosch is in fine form in this latest mystery. I like how Connelly has aged him in real time, and how Harry makes mistakes, but still has a passion for justice.The scenes between Harry and his teenage daughter are particularly well-done, and Connelly has said he bases some of that on his intera...
SF Fan Man
SF Fan Man rated it 7 years ago
Vintage Connelly. After the disappointment of [b:Nine Dragons|6413193|Nine Dragons (Harry Bosch, #15)|Michael Connelly|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1344268497s/6413193.jpg|6602180], he returns to his strength, an investigative story that is not built on happenstance but on the careful development o...
The Way She Reads
The Way She Reads rated it 7 years ago
“He believed that every case had a black box. A piece of evidence, a person, a positioning of facts that brought a certain understanding and helped explain what had happened and why.”In 1992, during the days that followed the acquittal of the police officers who had savagely beaten Rodney King, all ...
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