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Inspector Appleby is named to St. Anthony's collage, the place the president has been murdered in his accommodation. Scandal abounds whilst it turns into transparent that the one individuals with any reason to homicide him are the one those that had the chance, as the president's accommodation opens off Orchard floor, that's locked at night—and purely the guys of the varsity have keys.
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Here it is,” he said, pointing at a spot just above her right wrist. “Ligature marks,” Train assumed. “Yeah. ” Deter asked. “She had to have been,” Train pointed out. ” “I wonder whether our boy was smart enough to take whatever it was he used to tie her up. ” Cassian asked Deter. “I don’t think anyone’s been there yet,” Deter replied. ” Cassian looked around the room and located a cardboard box filled with latex gloves that had been brought in by the technicians. He pulled on a pair and then bent down at the 22 THE BETRAYED side of the bed.
She liked him. He reminded her of a kindly uncle, or at least what she envisioned a kindly uncle might seem like. ” Sydney asked. She looked back and forth between the two detectives, wondering what they were thinking. She supposed it was an impertinent question, but she didn’t mean it to be. She wasn’t trying to challenge them, but was desperate to hear that there were others who did, in fact, understand what she was going through. “I do,” the younger cop said, and she turned and settled her gaze on him, probing his eyes, trying to determine if he was being sincere.
39 DAVID HOSP Sydney looked at her mother again. “When their marriage ended a couple of years ago, things got . . ” It sounded to Jack like “unpleasant” was a euphemism Sydney had learned from her mother. Again silence overwhelmed the room, and this time it was Train who pressed the issue. “Could you define ‘unpleasant’ for us a little? ” “We will not define anything for you, Detective,” Lydia interjected firmly. She gave her daughter a stern look before turning back to Train. “Really, I can’t imagine anything more offensive.