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All That Remains Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 Summary

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Chapter 14 Summary

The detective cannot provide a reason for why Elizabeth and Jill might have been shoeless that night. The detective also tells them that he found nothing out of the ordinary at the scene except for an expensive lighter that he thought the killer might have lost, but the detective was unable to trace it to anyone. The detective leaves, allowing Scarpetta and Marino a few minutes alone to discuss possible scenarios. Marino believes that the killer approached the women in the parking lot of the bar, somehow got them to let him into their car, and then one of the ladies hit him in the nose causing a nosebleed, which was all the blood they found in the back of the car. Scarpetta suggests the nosebleed caused the killer to panic and instead of taking the ladies to the place in the woods where they found the...

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