The Concrete Blonde by Michael Connelly
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Detective Harry Bosch discovers that no good deed goes unpunished when the wife of the serial killer dubbed the Dollmaker sues him. Saddled with a rather green attorney who doesn't appear to be any match for the plaintiff's take-no-prisoners representative, Bosch is almost resigned to losing. But just as the case is about to go to court, a note arrives at Police HQ purporting to be from the Dollmaker. The police are baffled since the Dollmaker killings stopped after the shooting. Is this a copycat or did they get it wrong? Bosch knows it was a "good shooting," but the newly discovered body raises a lot questions that need answering.
This was a thoroughly enjoyable read! Excellent plot and great characters!
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