Bosch is a man on a singular mission – to get justice for those who’ve been wronged. His motto is ‘everybody counts or nobody counts’ and he pursues each case as if his very life depended upon it. Trouble is, Harry’s way of doing things doesn’t always sit easily with the powers that be and throughout the novels his relationship with the LAPD gets a little truculent, to say the least. Although he’s married to the job, family also means a great deal to Harry, and his daughter Maddie is precious to him – though he doesn’t often show it. In short, this is a complicated guy who, in the hands of a master storyteller like Michael Connelly, comes to life with each rapid turn of the page.