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?
In the books, Bosch is left-handed, Titus Welliver is right-handed. Which is why, while Bosch writes with his left hand, he wears his watch on his left hand, not on his right, and his sidearm is holstered on his right hip, not his left, where it should be were he really left-handed. See more
For a police procedural with supposed military veterans there are a lot of serious firearms handling mistakes. For example in 3/3 the head of the SOG team is repeatedly pointing muzzle of a loaded p226 at a team member after the desert sniper rifle practice. He also puts his hand in front of the barrel after racking the 226. The lead actor makes only a few mistakes but the other actors make a lot of basic firearms mistakes. 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.
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