Body of Evidence - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Mark is unlisted in Chicago, and the Chicago CME, who Mark claims to know, has not heard of Mark. It is the Saturday of a three-day state holiday and Kay is lethargic. When Pete calls, wanting to drop off a videotape, she invites him to dinner. Pete has tracked down where Beryl gets her car washed : Masterwash on Southside and zeros in on Al Hunt, white, 28 yeas old, clean-cut, out of place in this job. Hunt recognizes Baryl's picture but not her name. Before managing the car wash he was a male nurse at Metropolitan Hospital. His old man is a major slumlord and this is training. The videotape shows an interrogation in which Hunt recalls Beryl because she does not supervise the work and gives off "arctic" colors as her signals; by contrast, Pete's are pale red. Kay calls this astute and...

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