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I haven't read a Michael Connelly novel yet that didn't involve crooked cops, lawyers, judges or all three. Angels Flight was no exception. Realistic? I don't know. I've never lived in Los Angeles. It makes good reading. Detective Harry Bosch is just reckless enough to keep you turning pages to find out what he'll do.
After Bloodwork, Terry Mc Caleb is retired with his wife, his daughter Cielo and his stepson, Raymond. But a strange murder puts him on the track of a killer. And all the clues lead to detective Harry Bosch. Did Bosch finally cross the red line ? One hell of a good story !