Roses Are Red - Part Four- Hit and Run, Chapters 69-75 Summary & Analysis

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Part Four- Hit and Run, Chapters 69-75 Summary

It seems that the crisis was over. The Mastermind had alluded to the previous crimes as being object lessons in preparation for the MetroHartford event, so there is no reason to think he would continue his spree. Although he hadn't been captured, no one is in danger. The media sensationalizes the robberies and speculates about the Mastermind himself. Alex and his colleagues work exceptionally long days investigating every lead and scouring the crime scenes for evidence. A suspect in the case, Mitchell Brand, matches the profile. He is an ex-army officer with a high IQ, according to his military record. He was suspected of multiple robberies, but had never been charged, and had gone underground around the same time that the Mastermind surfaced. He was also known to be violent, a...

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