The Lincoln Lawyer.
Harry Bosch is a amalgamation of many characters I met on the [Los Angeles] police scene. There's a lot of truth in my fiction.
Our goal with this legislation, as well as our mission as faith-based, non-profit hospitals, is to help the most vulnerable in society, in this case, those without health insurance.
We are greatly encouraged by the success and national attention Massachusetts has earned when it decided that health insurance is something no one should go without. We want to build on that progress and keep this important dialogue going in order to make covering the uninsured a national priority.
I think Harry and jazz go together for a lot of reasons. For the most part, he listens to artists who had to struggle to make their music, whether because of their personal demons and ills or those of society. They had to fight to make their music, and that is the bridge to Harry. In his own way, he has to fight to make his music.
I may sound facetious but I really think these stories are all interrelated and therefore really only one series.