The description pretty much gives away the first quarter of the book but it is likely the hook that draws in new readers. For me, just the name of its author got me by hook, line and sinker. This time, Connelly told of a Bosch working his butt off, hence relatively free of police procedural nuances, to right every wrong he deemed. The price: sleep, empathy, danger and even his "earth quake" money! The bonus is the Russian pharmacists schemes that I never would have imagined. Another very good page turner. Too bad Det. Renée Ballard from his "The Late Show (2017)" couldn't be written in somehow.
Note: The two kinds of truth is better said in the book i.e. more straight forward and less psychological than in the description. See "Quotes."