Body of Evidence - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Friday morning, Kay and Pete go to the FBI National Academy in Quantico, VA, to meet Wesley and Roy Hanowell, the fiber expert. Kay reports that Sterling had chronic myelocytic leukemia and dextromethorphan in her bloodstream. That is the cough-suppressant in Robitussin, a half bottle of which they find in her bathroom. Drinking that could not have killed her.

Hanowell says that the hodgepodge of fibers are most consistent with automobile carpeting; Dynel is often used in wigs and fake furs, and the unusual trilobal orange acrylic fiber has shown up in an airline hijacking in Athens, Greece, a year before, where its presence cannot be explained. There must be a common denominator with Beryl's case. Kay leaves them speechless by suggesting someone check Sparacino's connections with the U.S. Ambassador who had been the target. Hanowell leaves. Pete reports that Price is...

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