The Concrete Blonde - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

Michael Connelly
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Chapter 32 Summary

The next morning Harry enjoys the irony of reading the murder story above the fold on page one, written by the murderer himself. He manages to keep the press off by calling Chief Irving on a land line and filling him in after booking Bremmer on a no-bail hold just before midnight. By nine, Harry is sitting with the filing deputy, watching him as he carefully goes over the details of the arrest and then plays the tape. The quality isn't perfect, but the important parts are clear. The filing clerk is young, fresh out of law school and after hearing it all tries to tell Harry how it's going to be, beginning with the fact that he intends to wait until they have more evidence before filing. He tells Harry that from a defense standpoint, all they really have is a lot...

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