by Michael Connelly

Detective Renée Ballard teams up with the retired detective Harry Bosch, who is working on a cold case.

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    • Could not put it down as usual. Great to see Connelly pair him with someone who can reasonably walk to the crime scene and who shares the same ethos. Everyone or no one. My knee is aching. Sacred indeed,
    • The time I took to read this preview was not free . Someone could a warned me that I 'd be left with an idea of what Ballard was walkin into . Now I need to get the rest of the tale
    • Renee Ballard teams with Bosch to track down a killer from a 9 year old case. Both are tenacious and dedicated. The suspense at the end was so scary. Surprise and satisfying ending.
    • The character is long of tooth being a Vietnam vet and all. Problem solved with teaming up,with younger cop in a great story.
    • As a rabid Connelly fan, I am surprised and disappointed. No compelling story line. Endless extraneous detail. Little action. Essentially, pretty boring. Where's the old Bosch?