Once a police reporter employed by the Los Angeles Times, Michael Connelly is a crime writer best known for his Harry Bosch novels. Born in Philadelphia in 1956, he moved to Florida with his family at 12, and this is where he eventually developed an interest in writing. He now splits his time between Florida and California.
Connelly is a prolific writer who has penned thirty-two novels and one non-fiction text, and his work has been translated into forty different languages. Several of his books have been adapted into film or television series, including the Amazon Studios series Bosch, of which he is credited as the executive producer. He has written several #1 New York Times bestsellers, including such titles as The Late Show, Two Kinds of Truth, The Crossing and Dark Sacred Night.