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Michael Connelly Bibliography

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The following bibliography contains the mystery titles
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Title   Date Issue Points - Notes
The Black Echo Headline 1992 US: 1992 Little Brown, precedes
The Black Ice Orion 1993 US: 1993 Little Brown, precedes
The Concrete Blonde Orion 1994 US: 1994 Little Brown, precedes
The Last Coyote As Above 1995 US: 1995 Little Brown, precedes
The Poet As Above 1996 US: 1996 Little Brown, precedes
Trunk Music As Above 1997 UK precedes. DW 16.99. US: 1997 Little Brown,
Blood Work Orion 1998 Signed limited US edition precedes both UK & US
Angels Flight As Above 1999 Dust jacket 9.99. Also Scorpion Press ltd ed
Void Moon As Above 2000 Signed limited US edition precedes both UK & US
A Darkness More Than Night As Above 2001 US: 2001 Little Brown, precedes
City of Bones Orion 2002  
Chasing the Dime As Above 2002  
Lost Light As Above 2003  
The Narrows As Above 2004 Black cloth, purple titles. Wrapper 14.99
The Closers As Above 2005  
The Lincoln Lawyer Orion 2005 DJ 17.99
Echo Park Orion 2006  

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Further Information
Michael Connelly is not only one of the world's best selling mystery-thriller writers but also one of the best exponents of what might be described as the modern genre. The writing style is highly polished and treads a perfect balance between being very 'easy' to read but still having substance, good plotting and decent character depth. His main series characters are Harry Bosch, Terry McCaleb and The Poet. Terry McCaleb was brought to the big screen by Clint Eastwood in a Hollywood movie, whilst getting something of a mixed reaction from fans of the books the author was realistic and accepted that once he sold the rights he gave up any control. Interestingly he blurred fact and fiction by actually introducing the existence of the film into subsequent books, a nice touch. We cannot recommend this author too highly, to both readers and collectors of first editions. Those seeking 1sts will find the first three the most difficult, later titles saw large print runs due to increasing popularity so are consequently fairly easy to find and currently offer great value for money. For US collectors it is worth noting that some of the later titles were actually first published in the United Kingdom.


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