1. Why does Bosch act so upset in the first chapter?
Bosch is very upset because of work. Robbery Homicide Division (RHD) has taken a case that Bosch thinks should be his.
2. Why does Moore's life begin disintegrating, according to his wife?
Moore's life begins disintegrating because he learns that he is under investigation from Internal Affairs. This is very upsetting to a police officer.
3. What is the real reason why Harry Bosch finds Hollywood depressing?
Harry does not find Hollywood depressing only because of the drugs, prostitutes, and crime, but also because he grew up there. He had an unhappy childhood.
4. Why do the police believe Moore killed himself?
Harry's first impression when he sees the body is that it was suicide, because of the way the body is found. It is his cop's instinct.
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