The Burning Room:
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The Burning Room: by Michael Connelly (A Harry Bosch Novel, Book 19) | Summary & Analysis by Book*SenseThis is an unofficial Summary & Analysis of The Burning Room. Michael Connelly’s The Burning Room, follows the story of Los Angeles PoliceMoreThe Burning Room: by Michael Connelly (A Harry Bosch Novel, Book 19) | Summary & Analysis by Book*SenseThis is an unofficial Summary & Analysis of The Burning Room. Michael Connelly’s The Burning Room, follows the story of Los Angeles Police Department detective Harry Bosch as he and a new partner, Lucia Soto, investigate in tandem the death of a mariachi musician shot some ten years previously and a 1993 fire that left several children dead. As they investigate, the two find that the former case is entangled with local and state electoral politics and the latter is connected to the famous 1997 North Hollywood Shootout.The primary plot of the The Burning Room largely follows the pyramidal structure laid out by Gustav Freytag, neatly offering exposition, rising action, a climax, falling action and denouement. The novel provides an engaging story of a well-liked character and introduces a possible new focus for a series. Long-time Connelly readers will find much of what they have come to love from the author, and they can likely look forward to at least one more Bosch novel as well as books about an entirely new character.You also get the following in this Summary & Analysis of The Burning Room:• Detailed Book Review from Experts• Story Setting Analysis of The Burning Room• Pick up bits you might have missed as we decipher the novel.• Story Plot Analysis that will help you see the book from another angle.• Details of Characters & Key Character Analysis• Summary of the text, with some analytical comments interspersed• Discussion & Analysis of Themes, Symbols…• And Much More!This Analysis of The Burning Room fills the gap, making you understand more while enhancing your reading experience.