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A Darkness More Than Night by Michael Connelly
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Jan 19, 2012

really liked it
Read in January, 2012

I have been reading this book for a while. It sat downstairs on the shelf of my stationery bike. Michael Connelly is a favorite writer. I think that his character Hary Bosch ranks right up there with James Lee Burke's Dae Robicheaux. They are both interesting men--flawed but with their own sense of right and wrong. Sometimes they work well with others. This book concentrates more on Terry McCaleb, the ex-cop who is a heart transplant recepient, and who works cases sometimes, because that is who he used to be. This time, the paintings of the original Hieronymus Bosch figure in the plot. That is Harry's real first name--given to him by a single mother who was a prostitute. Most of the book is rather dark in tone, too. If you have never read a Harry Bosch book, you are missing quite an experience.

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