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Angels Flight by Michael Connelly
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Feb 10, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: mystery-thriller
Read in February, 2008

Just what you'd come to expect from Michael Connelly--intelligent detection, an insistence on the part of his hero on the facts leading where they will, plausible plots. The detective, Harry Bosch, is, alas, human, and the reader gets to see and sadly realize how certain bad turns might, repeat might, have been prevented had the investigator, already brilliant, had he been even more smart, more aware. Looking back, the reader is allowed to see, to imagine, how things might have been improved. That exposure of very human elements, part of what makes his books so good. Very little caricature, on the whole no absurd coincidence, and as I've said elsewhere, a very low implausibility factor.
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