The Concrete Blonde - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

Michael Connelly
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Chapter 21 Summary

Bosch gets into his car at Parker Center, puts his key in the ignition, but doesn't start the engine. He contemplates going inside for a coffee before leaving, or maybe even just staying on the couch inside, but the urge to see Sylvia is stronger. Instead, he dozes off and thirty minutes later a rookie assigned to watch the lot knocks on his window to check on him. He asks Harry if he's alright, and Harry assures him he is. The thirty-minute nap is just enough to refresh him.

He drives to Sylvia's and goes in quietly. She is already in bed, and he stands watching her while his eyes adjust, but she is not asleep. She says hello to him and asks where he's been, and he realizes how lucky he feels to have her. It's a feeling that actually has him...

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