My expectations for this book exceeded it's delivery. Michael Connelly has created a believable,very human character in Harry Bosch, and I was expecting to read about the real Michael Connelly. However this book is a collection of newspaper stories that Mr. connelly apparently wrote during his career as a newspaper reporter.
unfortunately, this is an unedited reprint of Connelly's newspaper columns about crime stories.
Boring, dull, no cohesiveness.
Before Michael Connelly became a novelist, he was a crime reporter, covering the detectives who worked the homicide beat. In these vivid, heard-hitting pieces, Connelly leads the reader past the yellow police tape as he follows the investigations, the victims, their families and friends - and, of course, the killers - to tell the real stories of murder and its aftermath.