By Beverly Connor
Clymene O'Riley is in legal for killing her husband-though Diane Fallon is certain she killed one other, and suspects she can have left a veritable graveyard of useless males in her wake. both manner, Diane was once satisfied to assist positioned her at the back of bars. So while Clymene informs her that one of many felony guards could be at risk from a serial killer, Diane is suspicious. And while Clymene escapes from penitentiary, Diane turns into the best suspect in a bloody homicide that places her within the course of an indignant killer who wishes her dead...
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His light brown hair was disheveled and his brown eyes looked red and strained. ‘‘She’s an interesting prisoner. When she asked to work in the chapel she wasn’t like the usual prisoner— she didn’t tell me how she’d found the Lord and wanted to help do his work. ’’ He pointed to two vinyl-upholstered wood chairs at a table by the wall. ‘‘She told me she was scared and wanted a safe place to work and if I let her work here she would listen to what I had to say with an open mind. I found that refreshing.
He motioned for Diane to proceed. He probably thought the evidence so far was pretty weak, but he leaned forward, resting his elbows on the table. ‘‘We analyzed the substances on the cotton ball,’’ said Diane. ’’ said Rivers. Diane nodded. ‘‘One crease contained trace amounts of corn syrup, cornstarch, carrageenan, L-cysteine, casein hydrolysate, traces of horse manure, and an ample supply of Clostridium tetani, tetanus bacteria. The most interesting of these being casein hydrolysate and the horse manure—and the bacteria.
She came from a family of centenarians and supercentenarians and had more than sixty years’ learning from their experiences. ‘‘Mr. Barclay, a museum’s reputation is always in danger. That’s the reality of an enterprise that depends on acquiring objects in a ﬁeld fraught with looters, smugglers, forgers, grave robbers, and sharks. ’’ He tapped the table with his middle ﬁnger, reaching toward the newspaper in front of her. ’’ asked Diane. ’’ he said, clearly surprised by her question. ’’ repeated Diane.
Dead Hunt (Diane Fallon Forensic Investigation, No. 5) by Beverly Connor