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All That Remains Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 17 Summary

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Chapter 17 Summary

Marino shows Scarpetta the pictures taken at Spurrier's house and tells her that they took DNA from Spurrier in order to compare with the blood found in Elizabeth Mott's car. The early results look promising, but it will take some time to get the larger results. Scarpetta and Marino then theorize on Spurrier's M.O., suggesting that he used the same need for directions on his victims that he had attempted to use on Scarpetta and that somehow he got his victims to allow him into their car. In the Harvey-Cheney case, Marino believes Spurrier approached Fred while Deborah was in the restroom. Later, when Spurrier had revealed his intentions, Scarpetta theorizes that Deborah told him who she was so he looked at her driver's license. Then Spurrier left the purse with Deborah's body to show his disdain for her mother's powerful position.

Several weeks later, the...

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