The Christopher Killer: A Forensic Mystery - Chapter 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

Alane Ferguson
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Chapter 14 and 15 Summary

In Chapter 14, Cameryn calls Dr. Moore and asks if DMSO could cause the stains on Rachel's hands and the garlic smell, and though Dr. Moore admits it is possible, he accuses Cameryn of wasting his time. Using her knowledge, Cameryn suggests a scenario in which Dr. Jewel could have used DMSO to drug Rachel. Dr. Moore mocks Cameryn, refusing to run the test before he hangs up. Hoping to find evidence in Dr. Jewel's room, Cameryn sneaks in and searches through his belongings in vain. When she hears Dr. Jewel outside the room, she hides under the bed, panicked that she is alone with Dr. Jewel in his room.

In Chapter 15, Cameryn tries to remain calm as Dr. Jewel calls a car rental place, explaining that he left his rental, under the name Raymond Jankowski, in the Santa Fe airport parking...

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