This is a small collection of three short stories featuring Harry Bosch: Christmas Even, Father's Day, and Angle of Investigation.
The first story is about a burglary in a pawn shop and a stolen saxophone belonging to a jazz legend. It's pretty damn boring with Bosch and co. going through the motions, like all police procedurals, followed by a sentimental yet dull reminiscence of Bosch's army days.
The second is better with a disabled child being murdered by his selfish parents, and the third story is the best with Bosch bringing closure to a 33-year old case of a murdered middle aged woman, however both of these stories end too easily with the murderer(s) giving up as soon as Bosch guesses they're guilty. I know these are short stories so the need is to bring closure to them fairly quickly but it just felt really false.
Michael Connelly is a sometimes brilliant novelist but this brief collection shows his limitations as a short story writer. Also the e-book only takes up about two thirds of it, the last third is an excerpt from "The Drop".