Harry Bosch is an irreverent homicide detective in Los Angeles. Like any good protagonist he has problems with authority, follows his gut and bends a few rules while achieving the best solved case rate in all of California. Whatever situations the writers put him into he will undoubtedly be entertaining as he pursues justice.
Every murder tells the tale of a city.
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Did You Know?
The title character gets his name from the fifteenth century Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch. His last name in Dutch would be pronounced more like Boz, not the prolonged schh sound. See more
"Meet you in 30 minutes." This phrase is constantly being used by Bosch and other police in series. You can't get anywhere in LA in 30 minutes, much less from Hollywood to Santa Monica in "30". See more
Golf is a great sport.
Golf is not a great sport. If you can smoke and drink while doing it, it's not a sport.
Referenced in Talking Dead: Stradivarius
Can't Let Go
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost See more