Written in Bone - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

Simon Beckett
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Chapters 13-15 Summary

Hunter spends some time reassembling the corpse's teeth, manually placing them into the skull's jaw. He is now convinced, based on the rotted teeth and the skimpy clothes worn at death, that the dead woman was drug addict and likely a prostitute. With Brody guarding the clinic, Hunter goes back to the village to get some food and to buy a padlock for the unlocked community center (which houses the clinic). While buying the lock at the community center, Hunter receives a chilly reception from Karen Tait. Back at the hotel, Hunter overhears Ellen having a conversation with an unknown man in hushed tones. Ellen appears to have been crying when she encounters Hunter.

In Chapter 14, Hunter has dinner with an already tipsy Fraser. The two men get accosted by Kinross and Guthrie, who become angry upon learning that the community...

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