The Redbreast - Part Five: Seven Days Summary & Analysis

Jo Nesbo
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Chapter 52: Jens Bjelkes Gate. 12 March 2000.

Harry was drunk. He called Ellen’s answering machine and told her how she’d be found in the snow by a young couple. The cause of death was the injuries to her head from a blunt instrument. She had other serious injuries, but the blows to the head were fatal. The Crime Scene investigators found boot tracks in the snow, but they were rather kicked around and not clear. No witnesses had come forward yet. They found a black cap nearby with blood on it. It was sent to Forensics for analysis. Harry signed off. He needed another drink.

Chapter 53: Jens Bjelkes Gate. 13 March 2000.

Harry left another message on Ellen’s answering machine. He reported that she had not been sexually assaulted. Kim was currently the main suspect.

Chapter 54: Jens Bjelkes Gate. 14 March 2000.

Harry left...

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