Sunday, December 2, 2012
LA Times Video Chat With Crime Writer Michael Connelly About Harry Bosch and 'The Black Box'
Carolyn Kellogg the Los Angeles Times offers a video interview with crime novelist Michael Connelly about his new crime thriller The Black Box and his LAPD character Harry Bosch.
Bestselling author Michael Connelly joined the Los Angeles Times for a video chat on the publication day of his new mystery, "The Black Box."
In the book, set in present day, LAPD Detective Harry Bosch investigates a cold case: a murder committed during the 1992 Los Angeles riots. That was the same year readers were introduced to Bosch in Connelly's first book, "The Black Echo."
In the interview, Connelly talks candidly about what it's been like writing Harry Bosch stories for 20 years. It's less about plot, he explains, than character. In recent books Bosch's daughter Maddie has become a part of his life, expanding his emotional range to include the responsibilities and worries of a parent.
You can read the rest of the piece and watch the interview via the below link:
You can also read my interview with Michael Connelly froma few years ago via the below link: