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THE LATE SHOW Book Signing Events

Michael will have one event in London, England in July and a week of events in the USA with stops in NJ, CT, MA, TX, IL, and CA. 

Pre-order A Signed Copy Of THE LATE SHOW

A limited supply of signed copies of The Late Show is now available for pre-order. 

THE WRONG SIDE OF GOODBYE Is Now Available In Paperback

Only Harry Bosch can uncover LA’s darkest secrets in The Wrong Side Of Goodbye (2016), now available in trade paperback in the USA and Canada, and mass market paperback in the UK and Ireland.

Bosch Season 3 Is Streaming Now On Amazon Prime Video

Michael Connelly To Release 2 Books In 2017

Michael will publish the next Bosch book on October 31 AND introduce the new Renée Ballard series in July.

THE WRONG SIDE OF GOODBYE – Now Available In The USA & Canada

The Wrong Side Of Goodbye“This latest Bosch outing is its own accomplishment: brooding and intricate, suspenseful and sad. In short, it’s another terrific Michael Connelly mystery.”
– Washington Post

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THE LATE SHOW Book Signing Events

Michael will have one event in London, England in July and a week of events in the USA with stops in NJ, CT, MA, TX, IL, and CA. 

Pre-order A Signed Copy Of THE LATE SHOW

A limited supply of signed copies of The Late Show is now available for pre-order. 

THE WRONG SIDE OF GOODBYE Is Now Available In Paperback

Only Harry Bosch can uncover LA’s darkest secrets in The Wrong Side Of Goodbye (2016), now available in trade paperback in the USA and Canada, and mass market paperback in the UK and Ireland.

Bosch Season 3 Is Streaming Now On Amazon Prime Video

Michael Connelly To Release 2 Books In 2017

Michael will publish the next Bosch book on October 31 AND introduce the new Renée Ballard series in July.

THE WRONG SIDE OF GOODBYE – Now Available In The USA & Canada

The Wrong Side Of Goodbye“This latest Bosch outing is its own accomplishment: brooding and intricate, suspenseful and sad. In short, it’s another terrific Michael Connelly mystery.”
– Washington Post

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