Mr. Murder - Part One: Section Three: Chapters 4 - 8 Summary & Analysis

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Part One: Section Three: Chapters 4 - 8 Summary

Marty is angry but is determined to be cooperative and offers to take a breathalyzer, but the Lieutenant is calm to the point of aggravating. Lowbock is called upstairs and Paige asks Marty when he loaded the guns. He explains the panic attack he had earlier, and can see that she believes him, which helps. Lowbock returns, asking Marty if he'd locked the house securely before leaving that morning, and when he replies that he had, Lowbock puts a case on the table. Frustrated now, they ask what it is, and Lowbock obviously doesn't believe they don't know. It is a sophisticated lock pick set, and Lowbock doesn't believe that a regular burglar would have a silenced, professional weapon and a set of lock picks that only a professional would have.

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