Fifteen months after solving the cold case murder of his mother, Marjorie Lowe, and suffering the loss of his ex-wife, Eleanor, things look grim for Detective Harry Bosch. Strung-out and dirty, we find Bosch stepping off a small plane in the middle of nowhere and transported along with a dozen other haggard-looking lost souls to a remote camp in the desert. Has the dark side conquered Harry Bosch? At night, Harry starts snooping around the camp. Maybe he's not a junkie after all. But Bosch is discovered by the camp's crew, a gun pressed to his head, and just as the trigger's pulled ... We jump back a few weeks to where this all began: Pharmacist Jose Esquivel Sr. and his son, Jose Jr. argue in their small struggling store, while dangerous men lurk outside. Jose Jr. storms out. The men enter demanding oxycodone, and, failing to get it, shoot Esquivel Sr. dead. The murderers flee. As all of Hollywood Station scrambles to the crime scene, Crate and Barrel get T-boned by a patrol car. ...
Did You Know?
While previous seasons used older Bosch stories for inspiration, Michael Connelly's latest book, "Two Kinds of Truth," seemed like a natural source for season 5, since it happened to play almost as a sequel to events from season 4. See more
When the officers were racing to the robbery and the accident happened the unmarked vehicle was hit broadsided by a marked vehicle at an intersection where the marked vehicle should have slowed down and had to turn right. Then the uniformed officers were asking the old guys what they weer thinking. The marked vehicle couldn't have gone straight through as they should have slowed and gone right at the intersection. See more
There are two kinds of truth, Mads. The kind that comes from darkness, gets bent and manipulated for someone's self-interest, and the kind you carry inside and know is real.
Can't Let Go
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