Postmortem - Chapters 12-13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 12-13 Summary

Marino visits Scarpetta at the morgue. The cop wants to go for a ride and tells Scarpetta to call home. Scarpetta has no intention of going but in the end agrees. The ride takes the pair to Abby Turnbull's house. The house is empty and will probably stay that way. Marino points out several items at the crime scene, including the fact that there is a sign on the fence warning people to beware of the dog. Abby and Henna didn't have a dog. Marino surmises that the killer knew there wasn't a dog because he had been in the house on a previous occasion. All of Marino's comments and accusations are obviously directed at Bill Boltz. While Marino speaks, Kay becomes increasingly upset. Scarpetta wills herself not to cry or become hysterical. Finally, Scarpetta says that the killer can't be...

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