The Last Coyote by Michael Connelly
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
After watching several seasons of Bosch, reading the books are always fascinating. It's so interesting to see the choices the producers made about what to change. Certainly somethings have to change just because of the time frame (this book is about 20 years old). In this case, there are many changes to Bosch's story. Through most of the TV series, Bosch is looking for his mother's killer; and this book is all about that. But it's a very different story in many ways--though the basic thrust is similar in some intriguing ways.
This is a great Bosch novel. There are several twists, and Bosch's character development and growth is excellent.
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