Title:  Angels Flight
Author: Michael Connelly
Finished: March 28, 2010
Pages: 393
Published: 1999
Format: First Edition

It’s been awhile since I’ve read a Harry Bosch story and I’m glad that I’m finally forcing myself to get back into them. They take a little more time to read than a Patterson, but I still love the character.

Angels Flight starts off instantly from the beginning with high tension, setting the stage for the entire feel of the book. A very well known attorney who spends his time suing cops is found dead with an unknown woman. Bosch and his team are brought in to investigate for more reasons than anyone is willing to admit. But underneath it all, Bosch finds himself trying to solve two mysteries or more from this one incident that has him risking his entire career. Meanwhile, his once happy married life is suddenly finding itself on the rocks and Bosch feels like he’s about to loose everything.

This was a very good reentry into the world of Michael Connelly. I very much enjoyed this story and look forward to seeing where the next one picks up.

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