[Reading] ➮ The Crossing (Harry Bosch, #18; Mickey Haller, #6; Harry Bosch Universe, #27) ➶ Michael Connelly – Rvtrek.info

The Crossing (Harry Bosch, #18; Mickey Haller, #6; Harry Bosch Universe, #27) I knew that Harry had retired from LAPD and was curious how that was going to work out in this book Connelly found a way The title is very symbolic Harry crossing to the dark side, perp and victim crossing paths, cops crossing lines It remains to be seen if Harry wins his lawsuit, and I have no idea where Conne There is an elegance to this police procedural, but an emotional flatness had me rating it as average among the many great ones in the series Harry Bosch s pursuit of small clues slowly begin to open doors on a tough case, and as he gets closermurders help convince him he is in the right track But he better put it together fast and good because he is liable to become a target too He may still be the Lone Coyote but his teenaged daughter needs him, so h Six Months Ago, Harry Bosch Left The LAPD Before They Could Fire Him, And Then Hired Maverick Defense Attorney Mickey Haller To Sue The Department For Forcing Him Out Although It Wasn T The Way He Wanted To Go, Harry Has To Admit That Being Out Of The Game Has Its Benefits Until Mickey Asks Him To Help On One Of His Cases, And Suddenly Harry Is Back Where He Belongs, Right In The Centre Of A Particularly Puzzling Murder Mystery The Difference Is, This Time Harry Is Working For The Defense, Aiming To Prevent The Accused, Leland Foster, From Being Convicted And Not Only Does The Prosecution Seem To Have A Cast Iron Case, But Having Crossed Over To The Dark Side As His Former Colleagues Would Put It, Harry Is In Danger Of Betraying The Very Principles He S Lived By His Whole Career. Another well done Harry Bosch novel This time, Harry is playing for the opposing side, helping his half brother Micky Haller He struggles for a long time with the whole idea of crossing over to the dark side, as he thinks of the defense As always, this is a convoluted tale with lots of twists and turns Even though you know who the bad guys are, it s the means by which Harry unravels the clues that provides the intrigue I listened Superb, as always A few political glitches that maybe half or less of readers will notice Beyond that, Connelly doesn t waste a clue and develops Bosch even further when he crosses double meaning in the title to defense work to catch a killer.Wonderful pacing and, as always, I like the southern Cal I really enjoy reading Michael Connelly s books This is a 5 star read You learn early on who the bad guys are but all the various threads in the plot come together gradually in a very satisfying conclusion Harry Bosch is asked by his half brother, Mickey Haller, a lawyer, to become his new investigator Haller s previous investigator, Cisco, was badly injured when a car cut off his motorcycle in traffic Haller is convinced his client, Da Quan Foster is innocent of the murder that he is accus I really enjoy reading Michael Connelly s books This is a 5 star read You learn early on who the bad guys are but all the various threads in the plot come together gradually in a very satisfying conclusion Harry Bosch Harry Bosch is officially retired from the LAPD after having been forced out for of course political agendas He s not going out quietly and has hired brother Mickey Haller to represent him in his suit against the city When Mickey asks him to serve as his investigator for a client he s certain is innocent, obviously Harry is reluctant to play on the team for the other side but agrees to look into it for him Thehe probes, thehe s convinced that Mickey s client was set up to cove Harry Bosch is officially retired from the LAPD after having been forced out for of course political agendas He s not going out quietly and has hired brother Mickey Haller to represent him in his suit against the city When Mickey asks him to serve as his investigator for a client he s certain is innocent, obviously Harry is reluctant to play on the team for the other side but agrees to look into it for him Thehe probes, thehe s convinced that Mickey s client was set up to cover up something muchsinister When I learned that Harry and Mickey would be teamed for this story I set my expectations pretty high and they w Okay, I must be honest and admit that I was a bit apprehensive where Harry Bosch would go next after the last book, The Burning Room Michael Connelly s Harry Bosch Series is one of my favorite crime series and I always eagerly wait for the next installment.So, The Crossing, the 20th book in the series takes us on Harry Bosch, the maverick cop now forced with early retirement from the LAPD new career move.Unable to bear with nothing to do in his life, he decides to take on an investigation for h Okay, I must be honest and admit that I was a bit apprehensive where Harry Bosch would go next after the last book, The Burning Room Michael Connelly s Harry Bosch Series is one of my favorite crime series and I always eagerly wait for the next installment.So, The Crossing, the 20th book in the series takes us on Harry Bosch, the maverick cop now forced with early retirement from the LAPD new career move.Unable to bear with nothing to do in his life, he decides to take on an investigation for his half brother, Mickey Haller, the slick and not your typical defense lawyer Harry has doubts about doing anything for defense la Connelly writes some of the best police procedurals around Pairing Bosch, with Heller was pure genius Never one to settle for easy answers, Bosch pursues justice wherever it takes him He needs to understand how everything is pieced together, find out who is guilty and what they had to gain Haller, is a master in the courtroom, can use the tiniest bit of information to create doubt and free his client In this case, thanks to Bosch, temporarily, well maybe, working for the dark side No longe Connelly writes some of the best police procedurals around Pairing Bosch, with Heller was pure genius Never one to settle for easy answers, Bosch pursues justice wherever it takes him He needs to understand how everything is pieced together, find out who is guilty and what they had to gain Haller, is a master in the courtroom, can use the tiniest bit of information to create doubt and free his client In this case, thanks to Bosch, temporarily, well maybe, working The twenty third entry in this excellent series is among the very best, and that s saying quite a lot As an L.A.P.D homicide detective, Harry Bosch has pretty much always gone his own way, often alienating his bosses, partners and others, but almost always producing results in the end that no one else could have achieved Finally, though, he goes a step too far and, although he solves a particularly complex case, his methods give his snarky boss a chance to finally get rid of him Harry pulls The twenty third entry in this excellent series is among the very best, and that s saying quite a lot As an L.A.P.D homicide detective, Harry Bosch has pretty much always gone his own way, often alienating his bosses, partners and others, but almost always producing results in the end that no one else could have achieved Finally, though, he goes a step too far and, although he solves a particularly complex case, his methods give his snarky boss a chance to finally get rid of him Harry pulls the pin and takes retirement before that can happen and he then sues the department for its actions against him.Harry is now off the job and rebuilding a vintage motorcycle, when his half brother, Mickey Haller the Lincoln Lawyer tries to hire him Mickey has

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