The Burning Room (Harry Bosch, #19)
Publish date: November 3rd 2014
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
I am hard cringing at how much I disliked this book. I feel bad for it, I feel like it tried really hard and all I can keep saying is that it needs to do better. There are continuity problems galore, the fact that even though the years are passing (it's been at least 3-4 years since the last book) t...
First time reading this author. Unlike other people because I'm reading book 22 and not 1-21, I liked it because I have nothing else to compare it to. The mystery was engrossing, the characters were likable or not likable according to their history. The ending was riveting. I thought at the time the...
Like the other Michael Connelly books I've read, a reasonable page-turner, not much character development; three-star literary value and an extra star for entertainment value. I'm not a big mystery fan but of the author's I've read, my favorite is Ian Rankin.
Bosch is on his last year and is working on a case that the victim just died after 10 years. The autopsy found the bullet that lead to a break in the case. And that's just the start of it. The new partner is not really that forward with sharing information. She is secretly working on another ...
Harry Bosch is in the last few months of his career with the LAPD -- he's about to be forced to retire again, and there'll be no coming back from this one. He's at peace with this -- as much as he can be. It helps that he's training rookie Detective Lucia Soto. Soto wants to learn from him (which ...
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