The Concrete Blonde Short Essay - Answer Key

Michael Connelly
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1. Why is Harry Bosch being sued in the beginning of Chapter 1?

Harry Bosch is being sued in the beginning of Chapter 1 because he was faced with a situation where he made the decision to shot a suspect. He had been in the process of arresting a man he thought was the Dollmaker killer when the man reached under his pillow. This action led Bosch to believe he was reaching for a gun and Bosch took the shot, killing the man.

2. What is the calling card of the Dollmaker killer?

The calling card of the Dollmaker killer is putting makeup on all of his victims. He also will paint the victims' toenails pink.

3. Why does Harry Bosch say the city did not settle with the widow of Norman Church?

Harry Bosch say the city did not settle with the widow of Norman Church because he did not want the city to settle. He stated further that he was confident that he did the right thing.

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