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The Closers
The Closers | Michael Connelly
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He walked away from the job three years ago. But Harry Bosch cannot resist the call to join the elite Open/Unsolved Unit. His mission: solve murders whose investigations were flawed, stalled, or abandoned to L.A.'s tides of crime. With some people openly rooting for his failure, Harry catches the case of a teenager dragged off to her death on Oat Mountain, and traces the DNA on the murder weapon to a small-time criminal. But something bigger and darker beckons, and Harry must battle to fit all the pieces together. Shaking cages and rattling ghosts, he will push the rules to the limit--and expose the kind of truth that shatters lives, ends careers, and keeps the dead whispering in the night...
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ImperfectCJ
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I like the direction Connelly takes this one and how Bosch is evolving. I'm also glad the audiobook included a little note from the author at the end as I'd started to get suspicious that maybe Connelly was one of those authors who doesn't write his own books, but he seems legit, so I can feel comfortable continuing to read him.

Traci1 I love these on audio. I especially like the ones Titus Welliver narrates. He makes an excellent Bosch. 2mo
ImperfectCJ @Traci1 I've listened to a couple narrated by Welliver, and I agree, he does a good job. I also like Len Various quite a bit. I'm not as big a fan of Richard Davidson on these (he pronounces "Cabrillo" with a hard "L" sound, and I find that very distracting). I think he only did A Darkness More than Night, though, so I don't encounter his narrations much. 2mo
ImperfectCJ @Traci1 Len Cariou, not "various." My autocorrect really dislikes his last name, it seems 2mo
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richham63
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Mehso-so

Not bad

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ShelleyBooksie
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Good mystery. I found the story got bogged down a bit in the details 3/4 of the way through but I enjoyed the ending.

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ShelleyBooksie
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Congratulations @DebbieGrillo !!! This is extra special as @DebbieGrillo is who introduced me to Litsy. #grillogiveaway

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Girl! Make you some sweet tea!! ❤️❤️ 2y
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swishandflick
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This one brings Bosch back to the LAPD, now working cold cases. I was hooked hooked hooked. Michael Connelly can basically do no wrong in my opinion though, his endings are always perfectly executed! 👏🏽

bookishdawg He‘s one of the few authors I‘ve found whose series stays strong... Bosch books are an auto buy for me! (And I‘m ready to visit the LA hangouts mentioned so often) 😊👍🏻 2y
swishandflick @bookishdawg So good!! I'm kicking myself for not finding the series sooner. Better late than never 😆 2y
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Lizwarnerpdx
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Book #11 of the Harry Bosch series. Bosch is bank with LAPD and he does totally close his first case. It‘s a good story that sucks you in. It‘s good to see Harry back where he belongs. Although the books were obviously written first, it is a bit jarring to go bank and read them In order. I picture people and events a certain way from the tv show (which is great) and it doesn‘t line up w/the books. Both are great though & I recommend.

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TorieStorieS
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I really enjoyed this addition to the Bosch series!! It‘s a strong plot, and a nice return for a lot of the series regulars! I liked the storyline‘s twists and I enjoyed not only #AudioColoring to this one but also got in some organizing and cleaning! Looking forward to the 12th book!!

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suzie.reads
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Another brilliant book in the series I bloody love Bosch!
Got to love someone who takes no shit and stands up for what they believes in no matter what ❤

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suzie.reads
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Not had time for much reading this week but I have tonight 😁 Relaxing Friday night with a glass of prosecco and my book ❤

Erofan Have a good time! 🍾📚❤ 4y
suzie.reads @Erofan thank you 😊 it's nice to relax after a hectic week x 4y
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suzie.reads
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Book number 11 of the Harry Bosch series ❤

So cold in school today so getting all cosy with a hot chocolate and having a read 😍

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suzie.reads
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The next three Harry Bosch books have arrived! 😍😍😍

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DHill
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I‘ve always enjoyed the Harry Bosch novels but this time, not so much. The storyline wasn‘t compelling and the dialogue was dated.

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Readerann
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Trying to catch up on adding my books before the Readathon this weekend! This one is another solid entry in the Harry Bosch series.

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scurryreading
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"Maybe they knew what was coming, that the city was going to burn. Rodney King wasn't the gasoline. He was only the match. Things have been building and maybe the powers that looked at this case and said for the public good, we have to go the other way. They sacrificed justice for Rebecca Verloren."

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Jen_Reads
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Flour looks so impressed that I have to close at work again.

#catsoflitsy

GypsyKat Awe! 5y
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RandyEberle
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Like every book in the Bosch series so far, this book was fantastic.

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Huka
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"Darkness waits. But it comes no matter what you do."

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Huka
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Dinner time.

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Huka
The Closers | Michael Connelly

Over halfway done and as usual, I love it.