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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 31-34.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is Harry so interested in finding out the cause of Cal Moore's death?
(a) He thinks Moore is connected to a larger conspiracy in the police department.
(b) Because Harry thinks Moore might be his brother.
(c) He is interested in solving any mystery.
(d) He is curious about the emotional baggage Moore carried with him.
2. What does Harry realize that he has lost after attempting to interrogate Kerwin in Chapter 15?
(a) The art of getting people to talk you rather than forcing them.
(b) His car keys.
(c) His faith in humanity.
(d) His home.
3. When Cal Moore and Harry finally meet face-to-face in Chapter 32, Moore is not surprised. Why?
(a) He saw Harry coming through the window.
(b) Jerry Edgar had called him to warn him.
(c) He'd run a wiretap on Harry's cell and knew he was coming.
(d) He thought Harry would come for him.
4. How does the fact that Cal Moore faked his own death help Teresa Corazon to be appointed as the Chief Medical Examiner?
(a) Assistant Chief Irving is scared of ghosts.
(b) She tells Assistant Chief Irving of the error. In exchange for her silence, he makes sure she is appointed.
(c) Cal Moore is able to make a call for Teresa.
(d) Teresa is able to publicly solve the mystery and get praised for it.
5. Who does Aguila take Harry to visit?
(a) The sheriff of the City of Lost Souls.
(b) The US Ambassador to Mexico.
(d) Cal Moore's widow.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Harry think that Corvo--the DEA agent from L.A.--is acting so lively in Chapter 28?
2. Why do the other bar patrons eventually leave?
3. Why is Teresa angry at Harry in Chapter 14?
4. What is Mr. Monz's role in investigating the death of Guitierrez-Llosa, the Juan Doe Harry found in the alley?
5. After Moore dies, what task does Bosch agree to help with in his murder investigation?
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