Written in Bone - Chapters 16-18 Summary & Analysis

Simon Beckett
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Chapters 16-18 Summary

At daybreak, the police team investigates the remains of the community center. Hunter has lost nearly all of his forensic tools, including his computer, and all that remains of the body is a charred hand. Hunter finds evidence of a fire accelerant, leading to the conclusion that the building has been burned intentionally and further complicating the investigation. Maggie enters uninvited. Hunter gets her to leave by promising a good story (for her newspaper) later. The team then begins to worry about the crime scene at the cottage and expects that the arsonist would want to destroy that evidence too. After a mad dash they find the cottage and Brody's camper burned. In the rubble is the body of the constable Duncan, much to the despair of his supervisor Fraser. Unable to contact Wallace on the mainland, the police team is...

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