Murder as a Fine Art - Chapter 10: In the Realm of Shadows Summary & Analysis

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The artist of death, dressed like a beggar makes his way unchallenged to a livery stable in London’s east end. He knocks, revealing his face in the window, and the door is opened just enough to admit him. The door is secured behind him, and he joins the three men inside. Though he has completed his mission, he expresses his wish to also do Anthony’s part at the prison. He asks whether horses have been arranged, and he is told that they have been arranged. Two hearses await their use as well.

At the prison, De Quincey is settled into a cell. Emily refuses to leave her father's, citing that the killer appears to be following her and her father, and she would feel perfectly safe in the prison’s office. Becker agrees to stay with her...

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