Two Kinds of Truth (Harry Bosch, #20; Harry Bosch Universe, #29) by Michael Connelly

Two Kinds of Truth (Harry Bosch, #20; Harry Bosch Universe, #29)

Harry Bosch searches for the truth in the new thriller from #1 NYT bestselling author Michael ConnellyHarry Bosch is back as a volunteer working cold cases for the San Fernando Police Department and is called out to a local drug store where a young pharmacist has been murdered. Bosch and the town's 3-person detective squad sift through the clues, which lead into the dangerous, big business world of pill mills and prescription drug abuse.Meanwhile...

Details Two Kinds of Truth (Harry Bosch, #20; Harry Bosch Universe, #29)

TitleTwo Kinds of Truth (Harry Bosch, #20; Harry Bosch Universe, #29)
Release DateOct 31st, 2017
PublisherLittle, Brown and Company
GenreMystery, Fiction, Crime, Thriller

Reviews Two Kinds of Truth (Harry Bosch, #20; Harry Bosch Universe, #29)

  • Paromjit
    This is the latest and thrilling addition to the terrific Harry Bosch series set in LA and San Fernando. Harry is working as a volunteer cold case cop at SFPD trying to get to bottom of the missing, presumed dead, Esme Tavares, when he receives an upsetting visit from the recently created LAPD Conviction Integrity Unit. This consists of his old partner, Lucia Soto, Bob Tapscott and Deputy DA, Alex Kennedy. They inform him that a death row murdere...
  • Berit☀️✨
    5 reliable stars for detective Harry Bosch and his brother lawyer Mickey Haller🌟Michael Connelly is definitely an exceptional author, and one of my all-time favorites! To have the ability to write such a long series with every book being as good if not better than the last, is very rare....The characters in this series are so extremely well developed, I really feel as though I have a personal relationship with Harry.... end it is so nice to ge...
  • Susanne Strong
    5++ Bright Brilliant Wicked Stars.In “Two Kinds of Truth,” Harry Bosch is back.  Still volunteering for the SFPD, working cold cases and mentoring the younger detectives in the department, when something goes awry.  Bosch’s integrity as a detective is called into question.  The newly created Conviction Integrity Unit (which includes his former partner, Lucia Soto) investigates an old case of his. Turns out a man that Bosch put on Death R...
  • Matt
    Michael Connelly has been hard at work to bring readers another instalment in the Harry Bosch series. With Bosch having such a long existence in the crime thriller world, some permutations had to be expected with the 22nd novel. Three years away from the LAPD, Bosch has been contentedly working for the San Fernando PD as a detective. His current focus is the piles of cold cases that haunt the region. When Bosch is visited by a former partner and ...
  • Gary
    I can't get enough of Michael Connelly and was excited by the prospect of reading his latest novel. This is the 20th book in the highly successful Harry Bosch series and even after reading all the previous books the series still feels fresh with no sign of the high standard dropping.Michael Connelly is my favourite author, he rarely disappoints and this is no exception. Great characters, well paced plot and exceptional writing.Now in his sixties ...
  • Andrew Smith
    Having read Michael Connelly’s books for years, I’ve recently started watching the Bosch television series, developed by Amazon. In fact, on a long flight recently I watched 8 episodes of series 2 back to back! I think (though such is the nature of things many will disagree) they’ve got it spot on using Titus Welliver in the lead role. He seems to me to have precisely the right body language and attitude for the part and his verbal delivery...
  • Barbara
    3.5 starsDetective Harry Bosch worked for the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) for more than three decades before he retired. Not happy being a 'man of leisure' Harry took a volunteer job with the tiny San Fernando Police Department (SFPD), looking into cold cases. Harry also agreed to train the SFPD's three young detectives, playfully nicknamed Huey, Duey, and Louie. In his capacity as a mentor Harry accompanies Detective Bella Lourdes (prob...
  • Esil
    I so rarely give 5 stars to mysteries, but Michael Connelly’s Harry Bosch series is one of my very favourites and this one is absolutely top notch. Connelly has woven two great stories together, very much engaging with some pressing contemporary issues while serving up classic Bosch. In one plot string, Bosch is at risk of being discredited due to new DNA evidence in a case that he had investigated that led to a convict sitting on death row for...
  • Perry
    Another homerun Harry Bosch novel. I don't call this a "guilty pleasure," as some literati might imagine it to be. Michael Connelly is the premier writer of literary police procedurals. He's gotten much better over time. The result is today's most interesting, flawed and deeply conflicted police character involved in fast-paced and cerebral crime detecting. In Two Kinds of Truth, the two separate conflicts/crimes involve trafficking and slavery o...
  • Donna
    What is about this series that makes it so good? A) The no nonsense, expert writing that mines its characters deeply with so few words. B) The suspenseful stories.C) The brain teasing criminal mysteries.D) The search for truth and justice and the moral dilemmas that accompany the search. E) All of the above. If you picked E, correct! And this latest book has it all. Welcome to hellHarry Bosch soon finds out exactly what that cryptic warning means...