Murder as a Fine Art - Chapter 6: The Patron of Gravediggers Summary & Analysis

David Morrell
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At the murder scene, the crowd is still large. Many are carrying rifles, clubs, and sword. They demand to know if the police will protect them. Emily surprises and exasperates Ryan when she refuses to be left outside at the murder scene, noting that she seems more curious than horrified by what they see.

Mr. Hayworth, the shop keeper’s brother, comes upstairs. He has set up planks and trestles in the basement to hold his family. He is still unable to discuss anything related to the murders without crying. The undertaker informed him that it will cost sixteen pounds for him to handle the funeral – a sum Mr. Hayworth doesn’t have. Emily suggests that he return to his family and try to rest, assuring him she will talk to him again. She tells him that she is sure...

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