The Concrete Blonde - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Michael Connelly
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Chapter 13 Summary

Bosch heads to Sylvia's and finds her reading book reports from her grade eleven class. She asks how things went, and he admits it's all going to shit. He tells her he needs her kitchen table to work, and she continues grading on the dining room table. She tells Bosch it's his turn to cook, and he tells her he'll pick up some Colonel's chicken. Sylvia complains, but only half heartedly. Harry doesn't tell her much about himself. It's a problem that worries her a lot. He goes out to get dinner and afterward, spreads out the eleven victims on the table. He stands there looking at them, hoping a connection will jump out at him that he hasn't seen before. He hardly hears Sylvia come up behind him until she has already seen the assortment of photos of the victims as they...

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