Michael Connelly introduces The Crossing Bosch's Titus Welliver & Michael 1 day ago   01:41

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Mach1Airspace
I just finished reading this book and enjoyed it very much. Lot's going on there! Keep up the good work, Michael! Thank you!
JaySw34
this guy is the fucking GOAT author. Fantastic
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Bosch's Titus Welliver & Michael Michael Connelly introduces The Crossing 1 day ago   11:19

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It has taken more than two decades for Michael Connelly's LAPD homicide detective Harry Bosch to make it from the page to the screen. The character first appeared in the 1992 novel The Black Echo and since then, in a slew of bestselling books, has enamored readers across the globe. Those fans will soon be able to see that much-loved character embodied by Lost and The Good Wife star Titus Welliver in the Amazon Prime original Bosch. The show is being produced by Los Angeles-based Fabrik Entertainment, whose CEO, Henrik Bastin, has been working closely with Connelly to ensure that Bosch makes a faithful leap to a new medium. Red Arrow International is distributing the series across the globe, formally launching the show to the global market at MIPTV. World Screen caught up with Connelly and Welliver to discuss Bosch's journey to television.