Based on Michael Connelly's best-selling novels, these are the stories of relentless LAPD homicide Detective Harry Bosch who pursues justice at all costs. But behind his tireless momentum is a man who is haunted by his past and struggles to remain loyal to his personal code: “Everybody counts or nobody counts.”
New Year’s Eve 2019. While Los Angeles celebrates, a fire breaks out in an East Hollywood apartment building killing several residents including a ten-year-old girl. When it’s determined to be arson, Detective Harry Bosch arrives on the scene but his partner, Detective Jerry Edgar, is noticeably absent.
Bosch is pulled away from the arson case to a double homicide in the Hollywood Hills and finds RHD Detective Jimmy Robertson on the scene. When the harassment of Lt. Billets escalates, Captain Cooper and Lt. Thorne are angry that she reported it to IA instead of talking to them. Maddie makes a shocking discovery. Bosch and Edgar try to get Alvarez to talk.
After discovering Alvarez has been transferred, Bosch enlists Chief Irving’s help. Pierce and Vega get a lead on the hitman. Billets reaches out to a former Hollywood cop for intel on Leonard and Norris. When Bosch and Edgar meet with Carl Rogers, Edgar lets a detail of the case slip, enraging Bosch.
After Maddie’s involvement with the Franzen case leaves her exposed, she must testify before a grand jury to stay safe. Irving asks FBI SAC Brenner for help with Alvarez, learning something useful about Peña. The little tamale girl’s father pays Bosch a visit; his pain strengthens Bosch’s resolve to bring her killers to justice. Leonard and Norris push Billets to the brink.
Robertson and Bennett follow the hitman’s trail to Las Vegas, hoping to find a connection to Fowkkes’ other clients. When Billets performs a security evaluation at a local jewelry shop, she gets more than she bargained for. Irving gives Bosch an order, causing Bosch to lose faith in the system he has defended his entire career.
Nearly a year has passed and Bosch, still grinding on the Daisy Clayton murder case, gets called to the Lake Hollywood Overlook to investigate the murder of medical physicist Stanley Kent. Edgar runs a sting on his dirty cops, Maddie starts a new internship, and Chief Irvin Irving jumpstarts his mayoral campaign.
A detail from Kent’s widow Alicia leads Bosch and the FBI to suspect a group of Sovereign citizens in connection to the stolen radioactive cesium and Overlook murder, but they clash over tactics, causing a deadly standoff. Maddie finds a puzzling omission in a trial transcript and Detective Vega is uncomfortable to learn she’s Billets’ "teacher’s pet."
When cops discover the body of a homeless man covered in radiation burns, the hunt for the cesium intensifies but Bosch and Edgar wonder if their assumptions about the crime have been wrong all along. Maddie’s discovery earns Chandler’s praise. DEA Agent Charlie Hovan discloses his connection to Jamaican drug dealers with possible ties to Edgar’s dirty cops.
Bosch dives deeper into Daisy Clayton’s troubled past. Edgar scrambles to find evidence confirming Bosch’s suspicions in the Kent case. Hovan goes undercover to learn more about Avril’s criminal dealings. Crate and Barrel return to the Homicide table, but their celebration is overshadowed by bad news.
Chandler brokers a plea deal that leads to a confession, giving Bosch and Edgar all they need to go after Kent’s killer. Bosch digs deeper into a street hustle involving Daisy, but Elizabeth causes trouble when she pursues a lead on her own. Irving pitches a new task force aimed at combatting homelessness, and Billets puts Vega and Pierce in an awkward position.
Working to close the murder of the Federal informant, Bosch and Edgar reveal an explosive new clue. Dwight pressures Edgar to do more to bring his son’s killers to justice. Barrel receives a politically damaging old recording of Chief Irving. Billets adds a familiar face to her new task force, while Pierce makes a report to Captain Cooper that causes friction.
Six weeks later, Judge Sobel hears Chandler’s objections to Bosch’s key evidence against Alicia Kent. Irving’s new task force has a win. Hovan and Edgar are on the verge of bringing down Avril. Billets gets a call from IA, and while working his way through a list of new suspects in the Daisy Clayton case, Bosch uncovers a chilling connection.
Bosch closes in on a suspect in the Daisy Clayton murder as Elizabeth begins to unravel. Edgar discovers Avril is as cunning as ever, and worries he’ll slip away. The car czar makes a hard play to force Irving out of the mayoral race, and IA investigates the complaint against Billets. In Bosch’s crosshairs, Daisy’s killer makes a shocking confession.
Irving and Maddie make big decisions about their futures. Bosch and Edgar, having weathered unexpected tragedies, share bitter frustration with a system that has seemingly failed them. But with the motion hearing on the Kent murder case evidence at hand, they’re each faced with a choice: to let things go, or take matters into their own hands.
Bosch and Edgar uncover more details about the pharmacy murder and the opioid operation, while Detective Robertson works a tandem homicide. As Bosch pushes back against the deathbed confession at the heart of Borders' petition for release, he enlists the help of a longtime adversary. J. Edgar tries to persuade a former CI to cooperate with an investigation.
Bosch investigates new evidence that may overturn Borders' conviction, but he remains convinced they locked up the right man. Lieutenant Billets is forced to deal with Crate and Barrel's role in the accident at the pharmacy crime scene. Bosch and Edgar track the pill mill van to an unexpected destination, while Edgar gets shocking news about Gary Wise.
As Bosch digs into the Skyler case, he becomes more convinced that the Olmer confession is false. Robertson zeroes in on the identity of the pharmacy killers. Seeking a connection to the pill mill, Bosch goes undercover and befriends a fellow vet. Pierce and Vega work a lead on Jose, Jr. Edgar discovers that Gary Wise's life was more troubled than it appeared.
Stranded in the desert without backup, Bosch closes in on his murder suspects and learns more about Clayton. Worried about her dad, Maddie turns to Billets for answers. Billets, in turn, confronts Edgar about Bosch's rogue mission. Pierce and Vega head to Bakersfield to find Jose Jr. Anderson gets a tip about police misconduct in the Borders case, and Cronyn implicates Bosch.
Edgar interviews Clayton, desperate for details on Bosch's location in the desert. Meanwhile, Stones and Carter tell Bosch he's going home, but ominously take him up in the plane by himself. Billets resolves to turn a blind eye to the falsified crime stats. Crate plans Barrel's surprise retirement party. Irving makes his case to the DA, and Edgar gets closer to finding Bo Jonas.
Chandler and Bosch locate Spencer, and try to pressure him to flip. At Borders' habeas hearing, Chandler gains standing for Bosch and reveals the Cronyns' conspiracy. Edgar connects Marcos and Arias to a shady Haitian under CIA protection. Irving considers his future. Pierce and Vega catch a gruesome new homicide. Bosch has one remaining loose end to tie up in the Skyler murder.
Pierce and Vega find more body parts, and tie their murder to an ongoing RHD case. Maddie tells Bosch she sent the memo to Chandler, and doesn't regret it. Edgar knows who killed Gary Wise, but can't prove it. At his retirement party, Barrel springs his own surprise. Bosch commits to solving the murder of Daisy Clayton, Irving makes a big announcement, and Walsh returns for one last dance.
Det. Francis Sheehan comes clean to Bosch, Robertson suspects a leak in the investigation, and Edgar joins the Task Force. Social unrest surrounding the Elias murder grows and Irving is pressured to intervene. Eleanor asks Bosch for parenting advice and confesses the truth about her marriage to Reggie Woo.
The search for Sheehan intensifies, as pressure mounts to solve the Elias murder. The Task Force waits for ballistics to confirm their suspicions. Edgar and Bosch pursue an unofficial 'side project' in the San Gabriel Valley. Billets and Dets. Crate and Barrel respond to a suspicious hit and run in Hollywood.
Two off-duty patrol officers cause Billets more trouble than she needs while the protests heat up outside Hollywood Station. With a suspect in custody, the Task Force begins to wrap up the case, but Bosch remains unconvinced. Irving learns he's being played and Honey Chandler makes a surprising discovery.
The ugly truth behind his mother's murder has left LAPD homicide detective Harry Bosch as tense and restless as ever. A homeless veteran is murdered. Bosch works a high-profile trial involving a Hollywood director. The Veronica Allen proceeding nears resolution. Bosch keeps tabs on a longtime criminal who's eluded justice.
The secret effort to smear Bosch intensifies. Harry and his colleagues struggle to uncover who's trying to frame him. Irving closes a chapter in his personal life, but is ensnared in departmental politics. Bosch digs into the history of former soldiers under suspicion. Killers pull off a major score.
News explodes that the LAPD is investigating one of its own in a murder case. Bosch homes in on the motive behind a string of homicides. Robertson's doubts about Bosch deepen. Edgar discovers another disturbing link between Harry and a murder victim. Irving assists the investigation of the "Koreatown Killer."
LAPD homicide detective Harry Bosch is back on the job after a suspension. When a dead body found in the trunk of a car on Mulholland Drive appears to have mob connections, Bosch takes on a case that could prove his biggest challenge yet. George Irving has a new assignment. Deputy Chief Irving weighs his options.
A routine traffic stop lands a suspect who poses a lethal new threat, while Bosch and J. Edgar pursue a promising lead in the bones case. Bosch locks horns with Deputy Chief Irving over his ongoing court battle, just as his relationship with Brasher picks up. And murder suspect Raynard Waits makes a startling confession about Bosch's cold case.
Bosch travels to Las Vegas to see his teenage daughter, Maddie, and to gain insight into Waits from his ex-wife, Eleanor Wish, once a brilliant forensic profiler. Back in LA, Waits taunts Bosch as he begins backing up his threats. Bosch returns to a maelstrom as the simple questioning of a witness in the bones case endangers Brasher.
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