Mr. Murder - Part Two: Section Five: Chapters 1 - 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: Section Five: Chapters 1 - 3 Summary

Marty wakes the girls and instructs them to shower and get ready to go. When he hears the television in the next room, he knows Paige is awake. He goes in to find her watching a national news article about the incident at their house, implying that Marty had likely set it all up as a publicity stunt and adding that since the blood in the hallway tested as human, the police would like to talk to him further.

The Ritz-Carlton is everything it is advertised to be. It is lavishly appointed with antiques that are museum quality. The Network's representative, Peter Waxhill, shows up at eight sharp the next morning. He takes the liberty of having breakfast delivered so they can eat and debate the latest findings. Waxhill tells Oslett that in...

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