From Mary Jo:
This installment in the Harry Bosch series, Two Kinds of Truth, takes a look at the dangerous, big-business world of prescription drug abuse. Chances are that you’ve heard about prescription mills in your local news, and Harry takes you up close and personal to how they work, how they prey on the powerless, and how it all costs us – the consumer – in increased prices.
There’s always a resolution, if not always a happy ending, and this book is no different.
If you’re not familiar with Bosch, this might not be the first one to pick up and dig into as it has some backstory that might be confusing. Try an earlier one in the series and let him grow on you a little. And if you’re looking for something to watch, you might try Bosch, the series on Netflix.
Unbound is, ostensibly, part of the Stone Barrington series. However, it really focuses on a spin-off character – Teddy Fay – from early books in the series.
A fun and easy read, I liked the insider view of provided of some of the workings of Hollywood. Like all in this series, best saved for a time when you want something light and fast-paced to read.