I’m going to run out of these soon – yes, another Harry Bosch novel by Michael Connelly. This is a short one, and not the best outing for Connelly, never the less we still see Bosch do what he does best – look at a murder methodically and systematically without distraction. The interest in this book for those familiar with the character is the return of FBI agent Rachel Waller, a previous collaborator and lover of Harry Bosch but now giving him a very cold shoulder.
The FBI involvement in the murder at The Overlook is due to potential terrorist links which are quickly apparent – but Bosch rides through all that concentrating on the murder. An enjoyable read but doesn’t really develop the characters any further.