Michael Connelly’s The Overlook – Harry Bosch 13

Harry Bosch just got called out to a murder scene. The victim just happens to be important enough to require FBI involvement. This ought to be fun.

Why does everyone have to take credit over arrests in these books? Harry seemed to be the only one who was willing to work with others. And even then, he had to show he wasn’t going to be pushed around. The story really got going good at the second half. I came close to quitting due to the confusing aspects of the first half.

My favorite scene was how they stashed the Madonna fan who had been in the wrong place at the wrong time.

I’m glad I stayed with it. The story was decent. Perhaps I should’ve picked up a different Bosch tale in order to get a good feel for the characters, but what can I say?


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