The Concrete Blonde - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Michael Connelly
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Chapter 3 Summary

The Judge instructs the jury that they will begin by hearing opening statements during which each lawyer will ask them to consider the evidence and look at the case from their perspective. This is not evidence in itself, he reminds them, and invites Honey Chandler to begin. Harry watches her, but tunes out what she is saying. At this point, she is the enemy and wants Harry to pay for the death of Norman Church. If Harry listens to her, he knows he will have a difficult time restraining his emotions, so he simply tunes her out. She tells the jury that Harry Bosch is a rogue cop who went forward without evidence and murdered an innocent man in cold blood. When she finishes her opening statement, the judge orders a break and deputy city attorney Rod Belk tells Bosch he can use...

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