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You’ve got to get over here quick! There’s been a terrible…” Tears exploded from Michael’s eyes. “Police are here, Bram. ” Another pause. Michael saying, “She’s in the bedroom with Maggie. I gave her a sedative…No…not yet. Can you call them? ” He shoved the phone in Decker’s face, and resumed pacing. Decker said, “This is Lieutenant Peter Decker. ” A beat. Then a soft voice said, “I’m Dr. Sparks’s son Abram. ” The voice was calm, especially when compared to the surrounding hysteria. ” “Resting.
My God, he was a busy bee. Wrote two medical textbooks, coauthored another four, and was an editor of a dozen others. ” Oliver’s eyes went back to the TV. The big-boobed cop was now draped in a filmy nightie. She lay in bed, nestled in the arms of a stud with a deep voice and a cleft chin. As she talked, Mr. Cleft looked at the babe with the expression “Jesus, I’m an earnest guy” stamped across his puss. Okay, so he wasn’t humping her bones. Which would have been the real picture if this was real life.
Severed his brain stem. Most likely that was the primary cause of death. The other savagery…the chest wounds. I’d say they were postmortem. Someone was very strong and very angry. To crack the sternum and rib cage and expose his heart. 42 / Faye Kellerman A long knife with a big blade. I found some pulverized bone matter. Anything might have been used to smash the chest cavity. A crowbar, a baseball bat. ” “Things easily found in any car or toolbox or kitchen,” Decker said. “Yes,” Craine agreed.
A Critical History of English Literature: The Restoration to the Present Day v. 2 by David Daiches