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breathtaking panache other than Michael Connelly who is American author of detective novels and other crime fiction, notably those featuring LAPD Detective Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch and criminal defense attorney Mickey Haller.
His books, which have been translated into 36 languages which on top of
that many of the book garnered numerous awards for him which goes to
signify how above reproach he is to the work he does. With that thought
in mind, allow me to go straight to the reviewing part of things which
the book I have here with me is none other than The Closers which is one
of the detective novel series which the main act here happens to be
none other than of Harry Bosch doing what he is best known of. However
here basically the back starts to stroll down the time when the
detective walking away from his job three years ago, and the speech
marks by one of his superior that still lingers on his mind is that of “A
city that forgets its murder victims is a city lost. This is where we
don't forget," Detective Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch is told by his new
boss, as he ends a three-year retirement and rejoins the Los Angeles
Police Department at the start of The Closers, the 11th installment of Michael Connelly's
Edgar-winning series. Having long ago demonstrated his knack for
cracking previously unsolved homicides, Bosch is assigned to the newly
re-branded Open-Unsolved Unit (aka "cold case" squad), and charged with
resolving the 17-year-old abduction and slaying of a mixed-race
teenager. And that casualty Rebecca Verloren, 16, was discovered missing
from her Chatsworth home on a July morning in 1988. Her corpse and the
gun that ended her life were later found on a hill behind the house.
An autopsy revealed that she'd recently undergone an abortion, and a piece of skin tissue--presumably the killer's--was found trapped inside the murder weapon. Only now, though, has DNA science matched that tissue to Roland Mackey, a dyslexic 35-year-old tow-truck operator with no obvious connection to the deceased. It's up to Bosch, once more partnered with Kizmin Rider, to determine whether Mackey offend Becky Verloren, or was at least an accessory to that tragedy. But the more Bosch and Rider dig into this dusty crime, trying in part to determine whether racial animosity might have been involved, the more pain and resistance they encounter.
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