"Superior crime fiction, as suspenseful as it is psychologically acute." (Booklist)
"Smooth prose and plausible characters, even the secondary figures, elevate this several notches above the standard cop vs. serial-killer thriller." (Publishers Weekly)
Harry Bosch is at it again, a cop with a mission to speak for the dead, and leads the listener on a single-minded pursuit of a killer. Help comes from an unlikely source, with Rachael Walling making a reappearance in his life. The story takes several twists and turns, with all of them fairly set up by the author, and unfolds suspensefully to an ending that was plausible and well played out.
I look forward to Bosch's next "cold case"!