Bosch TV series

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  1. Bhob

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    I don’t believe the time he spent between the time he left and went back has been documented, though I could be wrong. It’s a lot of books to keep up with.
     
  2. ssmith3046

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    I believe he was actually off the force for 18 months on involuntary stress leave after throwing Harvey Pounds through the office glass partition. During that time he investigated his mother's murder on his own. Then in 1995 he returned to the LAPD but left again in 2002. I believe that there were two books before he went back to the force in 2005 working on the unsolved cases.
    He finally retired for good in 2015. About a year after that he was an unpaid reserve officer on the San Fernando police force but that went south a few years later. There are a lot of books. But there were Bosch books written when he was off the force. Connelly writes Bosch in first person when he's off the force and in third person when he's working on the force. I think my timeline is fairly accurate. I'll have to check out the bibliography. There are a LOT of books and Connelly is great at having reoccurring characters from past books come back and characters from one book cross over to other books. Like Mickey Haller or Terry McCaleb.
     
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  3. robertawillisjr

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    You guys are discussing Bosch as though he was a real person. :unhunh:
     
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  4. ssmith3046

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    Harry and I go back to 1992! After reading and rereading all those books I feel as though he is a real person:)
     
  5. kwadguy

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    I thought the final season was fine, but--especially since it was a short season--all the time taken to lay track for the spinoff was a bit disappointing. They did put a nice bow around everything, but it all felt a bit rushed.
     
  6. Bhob

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    Got a question for anyone who recently watched the previous seasons. Was the Jeri Ryan situation was resolved?

    I recently rewatched myself, but don’t remember a resolution.
     

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