It is consistently a pleasure to dig into a new Connelly Bosch book and this is no exception. Although I wouldn't call it the best of the series that is not really a criticism. The stories are all so good that one has to nitpick to differentiate them.
As always, Connelly has Bosch adroitly balancing several cases at a time. He is particularly stressed this time as he himself is the defendant in one of them. But tired, stressed, overworked, and with 1,000 things on his mind is always when Bosch is at his best.
Readers will be delighted to find roles in this book for many of the key characters in Bosch's past, including the slick, crafty, risk-taking Lincoln lawyer, Micky Haller, and several of Bosch's former partners.
Definitely recommended reading.