Murder as a Fine Art - Chapter 2: The Man Who Concealed His Red Hair Summary & Analysis

David Morrell
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Sean Ryan, a Detective Inspector for Scotland Yard, is awakened when a patrolman tells him that a multiple murder has occurred in the Wapping district of the East End. Multiple murders are uncommon. and a crowd has already gathered by the time Sean and the other ten Constables arrive forty minutes later. The crowd is ready to blame multiple sources. Ryan is acutely aware that he is not a native to the area. He asks a Constable to make a path. Together, they clear the way as he works his way forward. Outside the shop, Ryan recognizes Becker standing guard. He updates the death toll to five. Ryan steels his emotions as Becker describes the scene as he found it. Becker also assures him that he hasn’t moved or touched anything.

Ryan walks through the scene...

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