The Concrete Blonde - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Michael Connelly
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Chapter 14 Summary

Harry drives to Locke's home, refining his thoughts about the new pattern he's discovered. He tells Locke about the concrete blonde, shows him the note and the chronological order. Locke asks for a minute to think about it so Harry goes into the kitchen to call Amado, the coroner. He asks him what happened to the rape kits he testified about in court and whether the evidence is still viable. When Amado assures him it should be, Harry asks him to pull the kits from victims seven and eleven, and compare pubic hairs. Amado can have the comparison done in three or four days and asks why. Harry explains his theory, and Amado reminds Harry that in his testimony he mentioned the seventh and eleventh victims had extensive vaginal tearing, where the others had not, and the box of condoms from Church's apartment...

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