Mr. Mercedes - “Det.-Ret.,” 12-22 Summary & Analysis

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In Section 12, Pete and Hodges have caught up at the restaurant by the time their food comes. Halfway through their meals, Pete puts a folded up piece of paper on the table. He knows Hodges wants to talk about the progress on cases and has listed the cases he thinks Hodges wants information about on the paper. After Hodges lists the four cases he wants information about, Pete shows him the same list on his piece of paper. These cases include those involving Davis, the park rapist, pawnshops, and the Mercedes Killer. The case in which Hodges is really interested is the Mercedes Killer. Pete says although his partner, Isabelle “Izzy” Jaynes, is talking to people in Olivia’s neighborhood, they are dead in the water on the Mercedes Killer case.

Pete tells Hodges he has been on the outs with his...

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