Murder as a Fine Art - Chapter 11: The Dark Interpreter Summary & Analysis

David Morrell
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Ryan, Becker, De Quincey, and Emily are driven to the tavern by a constable. Hearing noises outside, the driver calls to Ryan. When Ryan emerges, he sees a group of men with knives, swords, rifles, and clubs, demanding to know their business. Ryan explains that they are police officers. However, they are not dressed as such. So, even though they are being chauffeured by a uniformed constable, the men don’t believe them. When they notice the blood on Becker’s coat, the situation deteriorates further. When Ryan tries to show them his badge, the crowd thinks he is going for a knife and attack. A woman shrieks for help claiming to have been attacked, the top of her dress ripped. She claims it was a policeman and he ran down an alley. As the mob races in that direction, they...

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