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In the books there are multiple references across several books to the fact that a prior case of his had been turned into a TV mini-series and he had worked on the show as a technical adviser along with his then-partner. This case occurs prior to the chronological start of the book series and hasn't been covered in them to my knowledge. It's definitely not ...


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Because they could be contained and controlled there. Recall, these are addicts and, by their nature, erratic. By removing them from their normal locales and isolating them in the desert, the bad guys not only have the addicts out of sight but it also leaves the addicts nowhere to go. Contrast this with locking them up in a warehouse or abandoned house. If ...


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Daisy Clayson is the late daughter of Elizabeth Clayton who was in Bosch's group therapy session when he was trying to infiltrate the pill ring. This is the same woman who overdosed in Bosch's contacts (Degner) kitchen. This is where he sees the Daisy RIP tattoo she carries. She's also seen at the pill gangs desert location, extremely strung out. Bosch ...


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Could the police use them as evidence? Not as direct evidence...no but rather as Circumstantial Evidence Circumstantial evidence is evidence that relies on an inference to connect it to a conclusion of fact—like a fingerprint at the scene of a crime. By contrast, direct evidence supports the truth of an assertion directly—i.e., without need for any ...


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