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All That Remains Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 11 Summary

They visit the dog's owner and learn that the dog was out roaming an area near where the first bodies were found five years prior, and returned home shot. The owner also recalls seeing a car driving down the road away from the scene of the first murders about a month before they happened. The car was being driven without its lights on. The owner also suggests the car was a domestic model because he feels domestic cars have a distinct sound. All this information causes Scarpetta to wonder if there are other victims that have not been linked to the couple killer yet.

Scarpetta does another search of the computer files and finds a murder that matches the MO of the couple murders. Two women were found murdered in a cemetery in Williamsburg. Both women were fully clothed, one stabbed multiple times, the other shot in...

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