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Publisher's Summary

An old case from his LAPD past threatens Bosch's reputation in a gripping new thriller.

Harry Bosch is back as a volunteer working cold cases for the San Fernando police and is called out to a local drug store where a young pharmacist has been murdered. Bosch and the town's three-person detective squad sift through the clues, which lead into the dangerous big-business world of prescription drug abuse.

Meanwhile, an old case from Bosch's LAPD days comes back to haunt him when a long-imprisoned killer claims Harry framed him and seems to have new evidence to prove it. Bosch left the LAPD on bad terms, so his former colleagues aren't keen to protect his reputation. He must fend for himself in clearing his name and keeping a clever killer in prison.

The two unrelated cases wind across each other like strands of barbed wire. Along the way Bosch discovers that there are two kinds of truth: the kind that sets you free and the kind that leaves you buried in darkness.

©2018 Michael Connelly (P)2017 Hachette Audio

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Entertaining

Glad to see Bosch back again. Wonderful storyline and great narration by Titus.
Look forward to his next adventure.

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Great story well narrated. Bosch at its best.
A can't put it down book.

highly recommended.

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Bosch at his best

This is as good a Bosch thriller as has ever been written. With Harry working on two cases simultaneously, there is never a respite from intrigue or action. Do yourself a favour and set aside a few hours to enjoy this book because you'll not want to stop once you start reading.

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another great Harry Bosch story

another great Harry Bosch story. kept me in suspense till the end but didn't leave me hanging

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Great detective story

If you could sum up Two Kinds of Truth in three words, what would they be?

fast paced

What was one of the most memorable moments of Two Kinds of Truth?

In the plane, about to throw someone out

Which scene did you most enjoy?

When all was reviled and the villains were exposed

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I don't listen to books like that

Any additional comments?

I really enjoy Michael Connelly novels. They have a fast pace with some twists and turns but there is a realism to them.

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Bosch or Botched

don’t waste your money, terrible story that was dragged further down the road to ruin by terrible music to highlight either a new chapter, book, or just for the heck of it. pronunciation was horrific. urghhh hours of my life I won’t get back

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Great Bosch

Another fantastic Bosch novel. I love how Connelly winds 2 storylines together to make a really interesting read.
Full of action with enough twists to keep you guessing!

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  • Caroline
  • Winston Hills, Australia
  • 26-11-2017

Good ol Bosch

Harry up to his old tricks. Not one of his best storylines but still won't disappoint

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  • Antonia
  • Vaucluse, Australia
  • 17-11-2017

Best Harry Bosch for ages and great reader

I always read or listen to the latest Harry Bosch. This is one of the best and a really good reader.

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Wonderful as usual

Believable storyline and as usual Bosch is alive and doing his job. I love Bosch.

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  • Lia
  • 26-11-2017

Fabulous Harry Bosch

Another fantastic Michael Connolly book I could not stop listening until the end.
I am a fan of Bosch and Mickey Haller, and really love it when they work together. The result of the case against Bosch really caught me off guard, especially when he realised what Haller had done to save him. Both are committed to what they believe. Bosch solved three cases.

Harry works to clear his name in the one case and attempts to resolve the other two. As always, the book was perfectly paced, and the resolutions of all three plot lines were believable and satisfying.

One of my favourite things about Michael Connelly’s books is that he uses his platform to shine light on current social issues and problems. In Two Kinds of Truth, he tackles the widespread, high-dollar world of prescription drug abuse. Connelly realizes that these is no simple solution and refuses to have Harry neatly wrap up this plot line which I liked and respected, but he still highlights the horrific effects on our society and on those who become addicted. The other part of Two Kinds of Truth that I loved was the resolution of the cold case Harry was pursuing. I would not have seen that ending coming in a million years; this is something that always thrills me to pieces – an ending that is not easy to figure out long before the book is done.

Titus Welliver was outstanding with the delivery of the story

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  • Jason
  • 30-12-2017

Great story. I enjoyed it to the end.

could not put it down. it had me to the end. I would recommend it as a worthwhile listen.

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  • Philip
  • 15-11-2017

great Read - Harry Bosch

Michael Connolly at his best, wonderful narration by Titus, a rollercoaster from beginning to end Cant wait till the next installment

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  • Susan
  • 03-11-2017

Brilliant

Michael Connelly does it again I have read all his books and like good wine he gets better and better, he is a gifted story teller. This a wonderfully crafted and narrated book. Love Harry and Micky together. Can’t wait for the next book.

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  • luisa pipino
  • 05-12-2017

Harry Bosch

Two kind of truth. I have red all Bosch novels and I love them.
In the latest years the story are more compelling and interesting, and this one was up to my expectation. Can’t wait to read the next one, about Daisy and her mom, I hope.

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  • Rod
  • 07-11-2017

Another Great Bosch Book

Another great chapter in the Bosch books 2 nights on the road and could not turn it off.
a great story and sad to have it finish
keep Bosch coming
Rod

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  • Peter
  • 07-11-2017

Typical Connelly, terrible reader.

The story is interesting and builds up in a good pace. Renee Ballard is a well developed character and you want to learn more about her. What made this audio book a bit of a bore is the reader Katherine Moenning. Is she a real professional reader? Her voice is boring and monotone and when there is a dialogue between two characters, you have no idea who is who. It sounds very amateurish, she has no talent to develop the main character, let alone all the other characters in the the book, she sound like she has no interest in the book. . I saw this was her first (and only) reading on Audible, I find it a letdown that she gets to read a book by a high profile author like Michael Connelly. Even when the book was good, I was so relieved I didn't had to listen to that voice again. Katherine Moenning, don't quit your day job! Audible: don't let her read another novel by Connelly.

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  • eva
  • 19-11-2017

A cracker!!

Oh MC is a master of the crime novel. He elegantly wraps up three cases in a page turner which is beautifully read in the compelling timbre of Titus’s sonorous voice.
Loved it!!

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  • Jamie Mackay
  • 17-11-2017

Harry at his best

Amazon double story. Harry at his best. well worth listening would recommend. buy if you love Bosch

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  • Sean
  • 15-11-2017

Excellent

Expected character to be getting implausibly old but in fact maybe the best in the series

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  • Andrew Hunter
  • 07-11-2017

Superb

As ever, Connolly does not disappoint. Two strands intertwine in the story, with Bosch relentless in his cause. Titus Welliver has grown into his character and reads this so well, bringing the story and its participants to life. Excellent

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  • mollyeyre
  • 05-11-2017

Good story

It was great to have another Bosch story, I am fond of this character, my only gripe with this audio version is the music that is interjected at the most inappropriate moments - I do not understand the need for this it is so annoying.

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  • Jan Lindstrom
  • 17-11-2017

Classic Connelly /Bosch, enjoyd it very much

Great story line, love the mix of old and new, great characters. Look forward to the next one

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  • M Lang
  • 14-11-2017

Not the best, but very good

It's not the best story in terms of classic Bosch detective work - it all falls together pretty easily. What it does do, and I like, is reflect on who Bosch is now as a detective and person.

And Titus Welliver finally, imo, delivers a great audiobook performance to match his TV work. The slower, TV drawl is now lifted up and full of characterisation. Love it.

The punch-in edits are really distracting though. I wish they'd put more time in matching the sound.

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  • Ivan
  • 14-11-2017

Brilliant story with brilliant narration

With many authors their characters become faceless after some time. This is not a case of Harry Bosh. As always, standing his ground doing his best. If he was a real person, I'd love to meet him and say thanks for doing what he has doing. Moral code engraved to the bones. Titus will be Harry's face for me forever too. This is what I call the best audiobook production of one of the best crimi stories out there. Hope, Harry will get back again soon.

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  • Mark
  • 12-11-2017

Classic Bosch

Great plot, characters and reading from Titus W who has actually become Bosch. I loved the use of past and recurring characters such as Haller, Cisco and Jerry Edgar.
What’s not to like? Nothing. Read, listen and enjoy.

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  • M Rayner
  • 12-11-2017

A interestng set of cases for an older Bosch...

...plus a bonus courtroom scene and the return of some familiar faces from years gone by...

1 of 1 people found this review helpful