Michael Connelly Takes Detective Harry Bosch From Page to Screen

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Michael Connelly was a crime reporter for the LA Times in the 1980s and '90s when he started dreaming up the idea of Harry Bosch, a hardened LAPD detective who would become the core of Connelly's novels. Now, he'll see Detective Bosch come to life on screen when Amazon begins streaming its new show "Bosch" in 2015. Connelly talks about his latest thriller, "The Burning Room," and writing about the streets of Los Angeles for over 20 years.

 

 

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Michael Connelly, author of novels including his latest "The Burning Room," the 19th book in his series featuring LAPD detective Hieronymus 'Harry' Bosch

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