Michael Connelly and Harry Bosch deliver again with TWO KINDS OF TRUTH. Great story lines (always more than one going in his books) related to corruption in the justice system and the epidemic of pain pill consumption with how the bad guys make money on it - lots of money. And, of course there is the usual underlying themes of wasted lives in daily grind of life. Bosch is a guy hovering between retirement and yet still looking for ways to keep his hand in police business - and being an empty nester working maintaining his ties with his only child. I can relate. Great read. Enjoy.