End of Watch Quotes

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She was wearing her best clothes,’ Jason said. ‘Good slacks, expensive sweater, nice coat. Trying to get back on her feet. And some bastard comes along and takes it all.’”
-- Jason Rapsis (April 10, 2009 — Martine Stover)

Importance: The ambulance worker’s statement that Martine and the others waiting for the job fair to open were honestly trying to improve their lives after a recession stresses how cruel Brady was to purposefully injure them.

End of watch is what they call it, but Hodges himself has found it impossible to give up watching.”
-- Narrator (Z January 2016 — 1)

Importance: Hodges thinks about his old partner’s upcoming retirement and considers that even though he retired years before he has not been able to completely severe himself from police work.

Someone — Ellerton, he presumes, because her daughter’s writing days were long over— drew a single large letter on the counter: Z.”
-- Narrator (Z January 2016 — 6)

Importance: Hodges notices the letter “Z” written on the counter in Ellerton’s bathroom...

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