Murder as a Fine Art - Chapter 15: An Effigy in Wax Summary & Analysis

David Morrell
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Madame Tussaud’s wax museum portrays everything from the dignified visages of those such as Sir Walter Scott, Voltaire, and Benjamin Franklin to the Chamber of Horrors where killers and their victims such as John Williams can be seen. Though Brookline has seen the display before, after the recent murders, Madame Tussaud’s most popular exhibit is now reopened. Three men meet with Brookline and he tells them that Anthony was killed the night before at the prison and assures them they will pay tribute to him that night. Ryan, Becker and Emily take Margaret back to the bakeshop where business is brisk as people try to get food before nightfall. Then the trio heads to the corner that her father showed Emily. They notice Brookline’s men but none of them recognize the beggar on the platform as De...

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