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Investigative Techniques

“Facts weren’t the most important part of an investigation, the glue was. He said the glue was made of instinct, imagination, sometimes guesswork and most times just plain luck.” (p. 163).

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“In his job, he [Bosch] learned a lot about people from their rooms, the way they lived. Often the people could no longer tell him themselves. So he learned from his observations and believed that he was good at it.” (p. 31).

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Michael Connelly, The Black Ice, St. Martin’s Paperbacks, 1993.

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