Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver) is the consummate outsider. The son of a murdered prostitute, he’s a creature of institutions. Raised in youth and foster homes, a soldier in two unpopular wars, a man who lives in and through his mission as a Homicide Detective. A relentless cop who personalizes his cases and stops at nothing to bring justice to the victims for whom he speaks. Passionately loyal to his own code -- Everybody counts or nobody counts -- Bosch is a compelling figure not only in how he works on a case, but in all the complicated ways the case works on him. He must go into the dark to bring the light. That is his sacrifice. And he knows that when you go into darkness, some of the darkness goes into you.