Michael Connelly- The Closers (Grand Central Publishing 2006) 3.75 Stars
Returning to the job after retiring, Harry Bosch is now part of a new sector of the homicide squad, they are called The Closers. They look into cases that have remained unsolved for many years, and are hoping to close the file after all these years. They have the DNA of a man connected to the murder, but they quickly discover that there may be more to this case than there seems.
This book was good. It moved rather slowly and was a little tough to get into. At the same time it was interesting to see how they had to uncover details and the work they had to put in to get that information. The plot was pretty good, with lots of great twists. Connelly is great at describing the setting as well, which helped the plot move along. The characters were good, as per usual for this author. I enjoy the character of Harry Bosch; he gets deeper with every book. I enjoy this series, but this was not the best book in the series.
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