Dark Sacred Night was in my Kindle library Monday morning. It is now Wednesday and I have read it twice. I love Michael Connelly’s books and his characters and hang out all year for the next one. Only 363 or so days to wait!!The second read so soon is so I can pick up on the small clues that I missed the first time because, as one reviewer pointed out, the reader has no inside information as the cases are being solved.In this book Harry is as human as he has ever been. I was born the same year as the Bosch of the books so I can relate to his sore knees and his slowing down and his doubting his sharpness. In contrast we have the much younger Renée Ballard whose sharp skills complement Bosch. The development of the mutual trust between them was a bit surprising to me but very satisfying.I also enjoy watching Bosch TV but I have mixed feelings about what the series has done to Harry’s life story. I understand the reason why they needed to make him 20 years younger but going between the two is confusing, as it must be for Connelly. I love it most when there is a new episode of the old Bosch, that is, a new novel. This one is everything I want to think and feel about the Harry Bosch I have come to know over more than 20 installments.