Two Kinds of Truth
Richard A. Wright, Orvil E. Dryfoos Chair of Public Affairs, and Professor of Geography

Michael Connolly's fictional LA homicide detective Harry Bosch is a loner on a life-long mission to bring justice to victims unable to speak for themselves.  For Bosch, a detective has "to move like a shark. It could never stop its momentum because that could be fatal.” As if the writer had taken a leaf from his fictional detective’s own notes, Connolly's writing is direct and relentless and he’s produced another book that is very hard to put down.