Harry Bosch Novels – Series Order List

Series Order

Harry Bosch Series:

Harry Bosch Background: Born in 1950 in Los Angeles to Marjorie Phillips Lowe. He was named Hieronymus Bosch after the 15th century Dutch artist and nicknamed “Harry.” He became an orphan at 11 when his mother, a prostitute, was murdered. He grew up living in a youth hall and foster homes. He joined the army and did two tours in Vietnam. Harry returned to Los Angeles and joined the LAPD in 1972. He became a detective after five years in patrol.

Books in published order:
The Black Echo (1992)
The Black Ice (1993)
The Concrete Blonde (1994)
The Last Coyote (1995)
Trunk Music (1997)
Angels Flight (1999)
A Darkness More Than Night (2001)
City Of Bones (2002)
Lost Light (2003)
The Narrows (2004)
The Closers (2005)
Echo Park (2006)
The Overlook  (2007)
The Brass Verdict (2008)
Nine Dragons (2009)
The Reversal (2010)
The Fifth Witness (2011) (one page brief appearance)
The Drop (2011)
The Black Box (2012)
The Gods of Guilt (2013)  (one page brief appearance)
The Burning Room (2014)
The Crossing (November 2015)

List taken from http://www.michaelconnelly.com/extras/series/

Bosch TV Series – Soundtracks for Season 1

TV Series – Soundtracks for Season 1

(Compiled from IMDb.com)

Episode 1 – Chapter One: ‘Tis the Season

Written by George Cables
Performed by Frank Morgan

O Come All Ye Faithful
Performed by Bill Cunliffe

Green Haze
Written by Miles Davis
Performed by Miles Davis

Can’t Let Go
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Episode 2 – Chapter Two: Lost Light

Can’t Let Go
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Mago Cardona
Written by Xocoyotzin Herrera
Performed by Xocoyotzin Herrera

Heavy Dreams
Written by Lloyd Price
Performed by Lloyd Price

Finger On The Trigger
Written by Albert King
Performed by Albert King

Episode 3 – Chapter Three: Blue Religion

Song of Bernadotte
Written by Tom McDermott
Performed by Tom McDermott

Can’t Let Go
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Spark Plug
Written by Melvin Sparks
Performed by Melvin Sparks

Four Seasons (Spring)
Writtenby Antonio Vivaldi

Hard Times
Written by Esmond Edwards
Performed by Mildred Anderson

Episode 4 – Chapter Four: Fugazi

Can’t Let Go
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Cocinando Suave
Written by Hector Rivera
Performed by Ray Barretto

Theme for Ernie
Written by Fred Lacey
Performed by John Coltrane

Written by Madigan Shive
Performed by Bonfire Madigan

Hark, The Herald Angels Sing
Written by Charles Wesley
Performed by Jason Gedrick

Episode 5 – Chapter Five: Mama’s Boy

Can’t Let Go
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Episode 6 – Chapter Six: Donkey’s Years

Can’t Let Go
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Deck the Halls
Written by Joel Wachbrit and Richard Levinson
Performed by The Last Nighters

I Had A Dream
Written by Jimmy Witherspoon
Performed by Jimmy Witherspoon

River Edge
Performed by David Torkanowsky

Variations on Greensleeves
Performed by Seattle Symphony

Episode 7 – Chapter Seven: Lost Boys

Can’t Let Go
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Davenport’s Tippin’
Written by David Torkanowsky
Performed by David Torkanowsky

The Best Thing
Written by Sharlotte Gibson and Freddy Scott
Performed by Sharlotte Gibson

O Little Town of Bethlehem
Written by Phillips Brooks
Performed by Creative Studies

Silent Night
Written by Franz Xaver Gruber
Performed by International Children’s Choir

Lantern Day
Written by Matt Hirt and Haoyue Kuang
Performed by Matt Hirt and Haoyue Kuang

Jingle Bells
Written by James Lord Pierpont
Performed by Rick Riso and Ed Smith

Episode 8 – Chapter Eight: High Low

Can’t Let Go
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Silk ‘n’ Satin
Written by Sonny Rollins
Performed by Sonny Rollins

Holla Back
Performed by St. John

Hilario Romero
Written by Antonio Zuniga Frias
Performed by El Polvo Norteno

Episode 9 – Chapter Nine: The Magic Castle

Can’t Let Go
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Pachanga Suavecito
Written by Hector Rivera
Performed by Ray Barretto

My Rope
Written by Paul Otten
Performed by Paul Otten

You Better Stop
Written by Sonny Rhodes
Performed by Sonny Rhodes

Piano Trio Blues
Written by David Torkanowsky
Performed by David Torkanowsky

Episode 10 – Chapter Ten: Us and Them

Can’t Let Go
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Night Hawk
Written by Coleman Hawkins
Performed by Coleman Hawkins

Written by Art Pepper
Performed by Art Pepper

Surf Monsters
Written by Bob Mair and Joel Wachbrit
Performed by The Dickies

Wicked Rain
Written by Cesar Rosas
Performed by Los Lobos

2 News Articles About BOSCH TV, Titus Welliver, Michael Connelly

Titus Welliver on Playing the Eponymous Bosch and Why He Avoids Network Dramas


Michael Connelly & Titus Welliver on What ‘Bosch’ Says About Police http://www.indiewire.com/article/michael-connelly-titus-welliver-on-what-bosch-says-about-police-post-ferguson-20150218

BOSCH TV from www.MichaelConnelly.com

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All 10 episodes of the series are streaming on Amazon Prime Instant Video in the USA, the UK, and Germany.

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In Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway: watch via HBO Nordic.

In Canada: stream via CraveTV.

In New Zealand:  coming via Sky Television, date to be determined.

In Italy: coming via Eagle Pictures, date to be determined.

In Australia: Producers are working on getting distribution. Stay tuned.

In Ireland: Producers are working on getting distribution. Stay tuned.

We will add updates about other countries as the news comes in.


BOSCH Starts on Friday – All 10 Episodes

BOSCH – Starts on Friday!



All ten episodes of Bosch begin streaming on February 13 on Amazon Prime Instant Video. Get a head start now and watch the first episode.
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Based on Michael Connelly’s best-selling novels, Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver), an LAPD homicide detective, stands trial for the fatal shooting of a serial murder suspect. A cold case involving the remains of a missing boy forces Bosch to confront his past. As daring recruit Julia Brasher (Annie Wersching) catches his eye, and departmental politics heat up, Bosch will pursue justice at all costs.





2 Weeks Until BOSCH by Michael Connelly on AmazonPrime

This is going to be a great new series.  I’ve watched the pilot.  Michael Connelly BOSCH book fans this is worth getting AmazonPrime!

Just 2 weeks away! All 10 episodes of Bosch begin streaming on February 13 in the USA and the UK on Amazon Prime Instant Video. You can watch the first episode now – the new and improved pilot episode — here:
USA: http://amzn.to/1aA4mX2
UK: http://amzn.to/1BAHm3Z

In Germany, you will be able to stream it via Amazon Prime Instant Video in June. In Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway, you will be able to watch via HBO Nordic–weekly episodes will begin February 14. In Canada, you will be able to stream via CraveTV–all 10 episodes will be available on February 14. We will add updates about other countries as the news comes in.



The Music in the Bosch Novels by Michael Connelly

Do you enjoy the musical references in the novels by Michael Connelly especially from the the Harry Bosch series?  Here’s a list of artists and their songs.

The Music in the Novels by Michael Connelly

Complete List By Artist

The 1975

Abbey Lincoln

Art Pepper:
“High Jingo”
“Straight Life” (Art Pepper Meets The Rhythm Section CD)
“The Shadow of Your Smile”
“You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To”
“Patricia,” “Straight Life,” and “Over The Rainbow,” (Unreleased Art CD)

Beach Boys:
“Help Me, Rhonda”

Biggie Smalls

Bill Evans and the Bill Evans Trio

Billy Strayhorn:
“Blood Count”
“Lush Life”
“Rain Check”

Bob Dylan:
“All Along the Watchtower”

Bob Seger:
“Night Moves”

Boz Scaggs:
“For All We Know”

Branford Marsalis

Bruce Springsteen:
“Darkness on the Edge of Town”

Cab Calloway:
“Everybody That Comes To My Place Has To Eat”

Charlie Parker

Chet Baker:
“Cool Burnin’”
“My Funny Valentine”
“Night Bird”

The Clash:
“I Fought The Law”

Clifford Brown:
“Willow Weep For Me” (Clifford Brown With Strings CD)

Cole Porter

Danny Grissett:
“Let’s Face the Music and Dance,” Form CD

Death Cab For Cutie

DelFeayo Marsalis

Dizzy Gillespie:
“The Champ”

The Doors:
“The Changeling,”
“Riders On The Storm,”
“The End”

Dr. Dre

Duke Ellington:
“Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me”

Eddie Money:
“Two Tickets to Paradise”

Eric Clapton:
“Somewhere Over The Rainbow”
“Judgement Day” (Clapton CD)

Frank Morgan:
“All Blues”
“Lullaby” (Mood Indigo CD)

Frank Sinatra:
“Summer Wind”
“That’s Life”

Gary Smulyan:
Hidden Treasures CD

George Cables:
“Helen’s Song”

Gioacchino Rossini:
“William Tell Overture”

Grace Kelly:
“Somewhere Over The Rainbow”

Guns N’ Roses

Hank Williams, Jr

Howlin’ Wolf:
“I Ain’t Superstitious”
“Wang Dang Doodle”

Jack Sheldon

Jim Morrison

Jimi Hendrix:
“Purple Haze”

John Coltrane:
“Song of the Underground Railroad”
“Soul Eyes”

John Fogerty:
“Bad Moon Rising”

Lee Konitz

Louis Armstrong:
“What a Wonderful World”

Louis Jordan:
“Knock Me A Kiss”

Lucinda Williams:
Car Wheels on a Gravel Road CD
World Without Tears CD


Mark “Preacher” Gross

Marvin Gaye:
“Sexual Healing”

Maurice Ravel:

Michael Formanek:
The Rub and Spare Change CD

Miles Davis:
“All Blues” (Kind of Blue CD)
“Freddie Freeloader” (Kind of Blue CD)

Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov:

Paul Chambers

Pearl Jam

Percy Sledge:
“When a Man Loves a Woman”

Philly Joe Jones

Red Garland

Rod Stewart:
“Twisting The Night Away”

Rolling Stones:
“Midnight Rambler”

Ron Carter:
“Seven Steps to Heaven,” (Dear Miles CD)
“Stella By Starlight” (Dear Miles CD)

Roseanne Cash

Ry Cooder:
“It’s Just Work For Me” (Chávez Ravine CD)
“Teardrops Will Fall”
“Poor Man’s Shangri-La”

Samuel Barber:
“Adagio for Strings”

Seamus Blake

Snoop Dog

Sonny and Cher
“I’ve Got You Babe”

Sonny Rollins:
Falling In Love With Jazz CD

Thelonious Monk:
“Evidence” (Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane – At Carnegie Hall CD)

Three Six Mafia

Tom Harrell

Tom Waits:
Blue Valentine CD

Tomasz Stanko:
“Soul of Things”

Tupac Shakur:
“God Bless The Dead”
“Life Goes On”
“So Many Tears”
“To Live & Die in L.A.”

Van Morrison:
“Wild Night”

Warren Zevon:
“Lawyers, Guns and Money”

Wayne Shorter:
“502 Blues”