Body of Evidence - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

Lab worker Joni Hamm gives Kay an oral report on trace evidence in a week. It is such a "nightmare" that one could think Beryl is murdered elsewhere and dragged to her house. There are at least ten fibers and bits of debris found nowhere in her house but at the crime scene. They suggest the killer gets in and out of many cars each day. Textile manufacturers guard their secrets and the FBI's expert is too busy to get involved.

Back at her office, Kay finds an urgent message to call Mark. He asks her to come to New York to talk about new developments he has learned from Beryl's lawyer, Robert Sparacino. Kay hurries out. Flying first class, she cautions herself about Mark and reads some of Beryl's wooden prose. From La Guardia, Mark takes her to the Omni Park Central...

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