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Mon July 9, 2007
Joe Donahue speaks with Michael Connelly 7-9
Albany, NY – When it comes to contemporary crime writers, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Michael Connelly is "quite simply one of the best." Connelly is the author of the Harry Bosch crime series and his thirteenth novel in that series is called The Overlook. And this book started out as a 16-part serial for The New York Times. It has been expanded and revised and Joe Donahue talked with Connelly about how he came to write The Overlook.
The Overlook, by Michael Connelly.
Published by Little, Brown.