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The Stigma Enigma a Fusillade of City Mayhem

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‘You had the motive.’

Jack Scarlett appeared not to have heard the question as he gazed at a blank spot on the wall of the police station’s interrogation room.

‘Well!’

‘I wasn’t sure if it was a statement or a question,’ the suspect replied in a monotone voice.

Proficient in body language, the questioning cop displayed impeccable timing. It was a gift he had inherited from Sting Ferguson. His since retired mentor had once earned considerable respect for his success rate in bringing the city’s felons to justice.

Coolly weighing the suspected serial killer up, Detective Chief Inspector Eric Jansen analysed each blink of the cold-blooded killer’s eyelids. At one point he thought he detected a nervous tic in the otherwise impassive stillness of his Scarlett’s features.

Increasingly aware that this was not going to be an easy case to crack the senior cop had little choice but to persevere…

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