The Concrete Blonde - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Michael Connelly
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Chapter 11 Summary

Belk tries to minimize the damage done by Irving's testimony, but doubt is there. Chandler manages to cast doubt on Bosch's motives and Church's guilt. Her next witness is Dr. John Locke, the USC psychologist and expert on sexual perversions. Chandler makes reference to articles and publications he's written and then draws attention to his last book. She asks why he chose his five subjects, and points out that he did not use Church and asks why since he would seem to be an obvious choice. Locke admits he made inquiries, but couldn't find out enough about Church's past to include him. Belk cross examines Dr. Locke, and makes sure that the jury understands that men who commit these kinds of crimes are often ordinary people on the outside. In between the aberrant sexual behavior, these murderers strive to blend in normally with...

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