»As well, the author devotes no little space to the developing relationship between Bosch and his teenaged daughter, Maddie, who is becoming a fully fleshed character in her own right. Could he be grooming her to succeed her father on the force, à la Kurt Wallender’s daughter Linda?«
Michael Connelly’s latest novel The Black Box keeps crime writer’s streak alive, H. J. Kirchhoff says. Read the review at The Globe and Mail.
»Yet what lingers in the mind after reading The Black Box are the more complex moral dilemmas that arise for Bosch, which he has faced countless times throughout his career.«
Paula Woods about the new Harry Bosch novel The Black Box by Michael Connelly. Her review at Los Angeles Times.
»Hey, Harry, it wouldn’t kill you to lighten up sometimes. But thanks for believing so fervently in justice.«
The Black Box, the new novel by Michael Connelly, marks 20 years of Harry Bosch books. So Janet Maslin is celebrating Harry (Hieronymous) Bosch with her review – at nytimes.com.