Death of an Expert Witness - Book Three: An Experimetal Man, Chapters 5-8 Summary & Analysis

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Book Three: An Experimetal Man, Chapters 5-8 Summary

The next stop on Dalgliesh's investigation trail is to speak with Domenica Schofield at the home she shares with her half-brother, Maxim Howarth. Domenica is knock-dead gorgeous, an artist, and a widow as of eighteen months earlier. She is neither openly hostile nor particularly warm to the two detectives. She admits to an affair with Dr. Lorrimer, which she ended two months prior to his death. In response to the question as to where she met with Dr. Lorrimer, she says they had sex in the car. She does not deny the letters which Dalgliesh brings with him and says Dr. Lorrimer was childish and whiney about the end of the affair. She became bored with Dr. Lorrimer in all ways.

Maxim Howarth thinks back to when he first felt responsible...

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