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The Drop Harry Bosch Has Been Given Three Years Before He Must Retire From The LAPD, And He Wants Cases Fiercely Than Ever In One Morning, He Gets TwoDNA From A Rape And Murder Matches A Year Old Convicted Rapist Was He An Eight Year Old Killer Or Has Something Gone Terribly Wrong In The New Regional Crime Lab The Latter Possibility Could Compromise All Of The Lab S DNA Cases Currently In CourtThen Bosch And His Partner Are Called To A Death Scene Fraught With Internal Politics Councilman Irvin Irving S Son Jumped Or Was Pushed From A Window At The Chateau Marmont Irving, Bosch S Longtime Nemesis, Has Demanded That Harry Handle The InvestigationRelentlessly Pursuing Both Cases, Bosch Makes Two Chilling Discoveries A Killer Operating Unknown In The City For As Many As Three Decades, And A Political Conspiracy That Goes Back Into The Dark History Of The Police Department



10 thoughts on “The Drop

  1. says:

    This is another excellent entry in Michael Connelly s series featuring LAPD homicide detective, Harry Bosch.Bosch, who had earlier retired from the department is now back under the Deferred Retirement Option Plan DROP He has a little than three years left before he will be forced to retire for good and he is anxious to accomplish as much as he possibl


  2. says:

    Another really entertaining few hours spent with Harry Bosch and friends I always love these books and this was an especially good one.I enjoyed the relationship he has with Maddie in this book It is nice to see a main character actually succeeding in managing his work and home life and caring for his daughter in a supportive way Of course at work he is his


  3. says:

    This is how much I enjoy Michael Connelly s Harry Bosch series I bought a hardcopy and gifted to myself as a Christmas present I couldn t wait to hop into bed with Harry I savored each page and even reread a few the next night to set the flavor of the evening s reading Connelly is at his finest once again even though he does break some writing rules by telling r


  4. says:

    Bosch is one of my favorite TV cops The narrator s voice didn t match my image of Titus Welliver, but the audio was still compelling.


  5. says:

    Number 15 in the Harry Bosch series.Yet again another par excellence police procedural by Michael Connelly.Two cases to be solved this time around Case one, what looks like a suicide but could be a murder Case two, a cold case from twenty years ago where a young girl was murdered Case unsolved New DNA evidence now indicates that the DNA belongs to an eight year old boy wh


  6. says:

    Harry Bosch is facing forced retirement unless he receives approval of his Deferred Retirement Option Plan DROP extension request He and his partner are back in the Open Unsolved unit and are tasked with finding out how the DNA hit on an old murder assault case points to a former sex offender who would have been eight years old at the time Before they can get started, Harry s


  7. says:

    Not much action or adrenaline, but excellent police procedural investigating I smiled a lot.One of the reasons I gave this 5 stars might be because I have read all the other Bosch books, and I miss him I was so happy to have another book to read, but also it was very good One thing I love about Bosch is his intense mission in life catching murderers It was satisfying I enjoyed his


  8. says:

    Michael Connelly The Drop , the 17th novel in his Harry Bosch Series, sees Harry being transferred to the LAPD s Open Unsolved Unit, investigating cold cases and the story opens with him and his partner, David Chu, assigned to a cold case involving a rape murder of a woman in 1989 When the DNA found on the victim turns out to be that of Clayton Pell, a convicted predator, who had been a


  9. says:

    This is the 15th book in the Harry Bosch series, and is set about two years after the events of Nine Dragons, so a lot has changed in Harry s life He has appeared in a couple of the Mickey Haller books, set in between these, which I read at least five years ago, before starting the Bosch series from scratch, and there are also several short stories set in this period that I haven t yet read.


  10. says:

    Outstanding What a truly fantastic read by what has to be my favourite crime writer Michael Connelly What is it about his style, what is it about his writing that makes a character so real, so unbelievably complex yet so dedicated who truly believes Everybody counts or nobody counts Bosch working with the unsolved crimes unit is looking into historic cases that were never resolved, in this partic


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