The Closers Essay

Michael Connelly
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In the following essay, Connelly "interviews" his character Harry Bosch, the Los Angeles police detective at work in several of his novels, including The Closers.

The following interview between Michael Connelly and Harry Bosch took place on March 25, 2005 in a Hollywood Boulevard cyber café called the Frontal Lobe. As is Bosch's usual practice, he insisted that the interview be taped, transcribed and presented without editing.

3/25/05 1:21 p.m.

Connelly: Okay, we're recording.

Bosch: This is the same place you interviewed me in last time, isn't it?

Connelly: Yeah, I think so. About three years ago. Why? You don't like it?

Bosch: I don't know. All these computers … sort of makes me feel like General Custer at the last stand or something.

Connelly: Surrounded by the enemy, huh?

Bosch: It's just not my style, I guess.

Connelly: Well, we don't have to do it here. You want to go...

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