The Concrete Blonde - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Michael Connelly
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Chapter 9 Summary

Judge Keyes admits the Dollmaker's note as evidence, and Belk commits a cardinal courtroom sin. Never ask a question to which you do not already know the answer. Chandler calls Wieczorek, who testifies he worked with Norman Church for twelve years and knew him well. He didn't believe it was possible that his long-time coworker had done the horrible things of which he was accused. He knew for a fact that the eleventh girl could not be attributed to Church as Wieczorek and Church had been at a bachelors' party together the night she was killed. He felt the police likely lied about the rest as well. Belk tries to undo the damage done and asks Wieczorek why he didn't mention the bachelor party when the police took his ninety-five page deposition, but Wieczorek says he believed the police were setting up Norman...

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