The Concrete Blonde - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Michael Connelly
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Chapter 4 Summary

Ron Belk uses only ten minutes of his alloted hour for his opening statement. Bosch is nervous about it, but Belk tells him not to worry. Harry drives back to the station and finds it empty but for Jerry Edgar, who is still trying to identify the recently-found body. Edgar is telling Bosch about the prints, but Harry isn't listening. He repeats that they got what looks like usable prints promises to let Harry know as soon as they have more. Edgar calls Harry over to the filing cabinet, carefully taking the lid off the box in front of him. Inside, a woman's face looks back in plaster. They can see that she had a swollen eye, and it gives Harry the creeps looking at her. He watches Edgar for a few minutes, thinking about the two years he spent training him and...

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