Murder as a Fine Art - Chapter 13: The Inquisition Summary & Analysis

David Morrell
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Margaret still waits in the police station for Detective Ryan. She refuses to talk to anyone else. Emily’s journal reveals how the mob outside makes it impossible to leave the tavern. So, they settle into the beds of the recently deceased. A pounding at the door wakes them; they have been summoned to Lord Palmerston immediately. They arrive in time to learn that there was an attack on Palmerston and he relieves Becker of authority because his coat is in tatters and there is blood on it. Palmerston hears the explanation but insists that Becker was rescuing De Quincey along with Ryan whom he summarily dismisses as well because he was unable to quell the crisis as per his instructions. He continues to insist that he now believes De Quincey is responsible. Brookline recites the ‘facts’ as he’s assembled them...

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