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In the white van, Walling discovers duct tape affixed to human hair proving they were on the right track.

Suddenly, gunshots ring out, narrowly missing Walling and Bosh. The shots came from behind a large American flag affixed to the wall -- a flag that conceals a tunnel built into the hillside abutment on the backside of the house.

Bosch crawls into the tunnel, which is filled with human bones from Waits's victims. Hearing the victim's whimpers, Bosch knows she is alive and attempts to establish rapport with Waits. He explains he knows Waits's real name and how they were both shuttled into the Los Angeles foster care system due to troubled mothers.

Waits admits that his lawyer Morrie Swann approached him with the plea bargain and false confession, which he accepted only because it gave him a chance to escape. Bosch urges Waits to turn himself in, but in the end is forced to shoot and kill him.

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Pratt issues a veiled warning to Bosch, saying that while the Waits shooting appears justified that verdict might change depending on forensic investigation of the Saxon house, and that high-ranking LAPD officers have decided they support O'Shea in the upcoming election.

Any scandal that harms O'Shea might be blamed on Bosch, and the forensic data could be slanted to make the shooting seem unjustified.

Refusing to play along, Bosch learns from his partner Jerry Edgar that Pratt had been following him continually since he was removed from active duty. Bosch reevaluates his presumptions, now coming to believe that the 51 sheets were most likely altered by Pratt and that Oliva and O'Shea were probably duped along with him.

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The only question is why Pratt, a decorated veteran approaching retirement, would take such an action. Surveillance proves that Pratt is cheating on his wife with a much younger woman who works in the police personnel office. In a divorce, Pratt could lose everything and thus might be desperate for cash.

At Swann's house, Bosch and Walling discover Pratt has forced Swann who can't swim into the swimming pool as an intimidation tactic to keep him silent, and overhear damning details of the plot to make Waits take responsibility for the Gesto murder. They arrest both men, and Pratt offers Bosch a deal.

If prosecutors agree that Pratt will serve no jail time and keeps his pension plan , he will go on the record saying that Olivas and O'Shea were not involved and further will obtain evidence that the Garlands are behind the scheme, with Anthony Garland leading Pratt to Gesto's hidden grave. Bosch reluctantly agrees, deciding that letting Pratt go free is a price worth paying to finally catch Marie Gesto's killer.

Pratt meets the Garlands in a public park to demand more money due to the unexpected complications in the case. An FBI team, along with O'Shea, use video cameras and parabolic microphones to record the conversation.

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When Pratt goes to the men's room to communicate with the FBI team, Anthony Garland follows him and shoots him to death. Moments later, the FBI arrive at the men's room and shoot Garland when he refuses to comply. Rachel Walling confronts Bosch with her suspicions that he orchestrated the shooting of Pratt, having known that Anthony Garland was hot-tempered and had a concealed carry permit for a handgun due to his security guard job. He denies it, but she departs in anger.

Kiz Rider is released from the hospital, telling Bosch that she has decided to change careers to an office job with the LAPD chief of police where, she says, she can possibly protect him from bureaucracy and office politics. He approves, glad that she will be one floor above him like a guardian angel.

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Echo Park - Novels - MichaelConnelly. In , Marie Gesto disappeared after walking out of a supermarket in Hollywood. I had never read Michael Connelly before and police procedurals are not what I typically gravitate to.

Nevertheless I was completely absorbed in this intense , taut thriller of a novel. Echo Park: michael-connelly: site.

Harry Bosch worked the case but couldn Knowing Waits tends to hold his victims captive for a few days, Bosch races against the clock to locate Reynard's hideout in Echo Park. Waits was born to an underage mother whose drug habits and prostitution history led to her losing custody of the boy in his infancy.

Waits bounced between foster homes and youth detention facilities for most of his young life, exhibiting extreme anger towards women and finding stability only with the Saxon family who he lived with for four years -- in Echo Park. Bosch and Walling locate the Saxon home, where his elderly wheelchair-bound foster mother informs them that "Robbie" rents the garage. Walling urges him to wait for backup, but Bosch insists on entering sooner because the kidnapping victim is at risk.

They break into the garage and are confronted with a locked room mystery -- all three exterior garage doors were locked from the inside, yet there is no sign of Waits. In the white van, Walling discovers duct tape affixed to human hair proving they were on the right track. Suddenly, gunshots ring out, narrowly missing Walling and Bosh. The shots came from behind a large American flag affixed to the wall -- a flag that conceals a tunnel built into the hillside abutment on the backside of the house.

Bosch crawls into the tunnel, which is filled with human bones from Waits's victims. Hearing the victim's whimpers, Bosch knows she is alive and attempts to establish rapport with Waits. He explains he knows Waits's real name and how they were both shuttled into the Los Angeles foster care system due to troubled mothers. Waits admits that his lawyer Morrie Swann approached him with the plea bargain and false confession, which he accepted only because it gave him a chance to escape.

Bosch urges Waits to turn himself in, but in the end is forced to shoot and kill him. Pratt issues a veiled warning to Bosch, saying that while the Waits shooting appears justified that verdict might change depending on forensic investigation of the Saxon house, and that high-ranking LAPD officers have decided they support O'Shea in the upcoming election.

Any scandal that harms O'Shea might be blamed on Bosch, and the forensic data could be slanted to make the shooting seem unjustified. Refusing to play along, Bosch learns from his partner Jerry Edgar that Pratt had been following him continually since he was removed from active duty.

Bosch reevaluates his presumptions, now coming to believe that the 51 sheets were most likely altered by Pratt and that Oliva and O'Shea were probably duped along with him. The only question is why Pratt, a decorated veteran approaching retirement, would take such an action. Surveillance proves that Pratt is cheating on his wife with a much younger woman who works in the police personnel office. In a divorce, Pratt could lose everything and thus might be desperate for cash.

At Swann's house, Bosch and Walling discover Pratt has forced Swann who can't swim into the swimming pool as an intimidation tactic to keep him silent, and overhear damning details of the plot to make Waits take responsibility for the Gesto murder. They arrest both men, and Pratt offers Bosch a deal.

If prosecutors agree that Pratt will serve no jail time and keeps his pension plan , he will go on the record saying that Olivas and O'Shea were not involved and further will obtain evidence that the Garlands are behind the scheme, with Anthony Garland leading Pratt to Gesto's hidden grave. Bosch reluctantly agrees, deciding that letting Pratt go free is a price worth paying to finally catch Marie Gesto's killer.

Michael Connelly - City of Bones (Extract)

Pratt meets the Garlands in a public park to demand more money due to the unexpected complications in the case. An FBI team, along with O'Shea, use video cameras and parabolic microphones to record the conversation. When Pratt goes to the men's room to communicate with the FBI team, Anthony Garland follows him and shoots him to death.

Moments later, the FBI arrive at the men's room and shoot Garland when he refuses to comply. Rachel Walling confronts Bosch with her suspicions that he orchestrated the shooting of Pratt, having known that Anthony Garland was hot-tempered and had a concealed carry permit for a handgun due to his security guard job.

He denies it, but she departs in anger. Kiz Rider is released from the hospital, telling Bosch that she has decided to change careers to an office job with the LAPD chief of police where, she says, she can possibly protect him from bureaucracy and office politics.Upcoming SlideShare. In a divorce, Pratt could lose everything and thus might be desperate for cash. However, despite several rounds of questioning Anthony Garland, a part-time security guard at one of his father's oil facilities, detectives never found enough evidence to charge the suspect and the case went cold.

In Marie Gesto disappeared after walking out of a supermarket. Waits, Bosch thinks, was not guilty of the Gesto murder but played along to avoid execution and hoping for a possible chance to escape -- his parting comment about a "bullshit deal" was presumably directed at O'Shea.

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