The Concrete Blonde - Study Guide Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

Michael Connelly
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Bosch sleeps for a couple hours before going in and getting everything he thinks he'll need. Then he stakes out the garage in which the reporters from the Times all park. When Bremmer comes out, Harry follows him, watches while he picks up groceries and then follows him home. When no lights came on five minutes later, Bosch goes up the driveway carefully. Feeling vulnerable, he calls out Bremmer's name and hears a footfall behind him. Bremmer is standing there and Harry talks to him about the verdict, trying to appear normal. Bremmer tells him that with the newest murder, that story has taken a back seat. Harry invites himself in for a beer, and Bremmer tells him to go ahead into the living room. Harry stashes a recorder turned on between the grates of the radiator before Bremmer comes back; Harry swaps his full gun clip...

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