Death of an Expert Witness - Book 2, Death in a White Coat, Chapters 6-10 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Death in a White Coat, Chapters 6-10 Summary

Dalgliesh begins his interviewing by talking to Claire Easterbrook, the next senior biologist after Dr. Lorrimer. Easterbrook and Dalgliesh do not get off to a very amicable start, but Dalgliesh does learn from her that someone probably tore a page out of Dr. Lorrimer's notebook, although it's uncertain at this point what is written on the missing page. Easterbrook gives a somewhat technical explanation of what Dr. Lorrimer was probably doing in the lab the night before. Dalgliesh questions Claire about Dr. Lorrimer as a person, at which she basically says the same as what the reader already knows: he was "solitary, perfectionist, obsessional." Easterbrook also mentions that Lorrimer has been cultivating a friendship with Brenda Pridmore, by answering her many questions about lab procedure and biology in general...

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