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117 Days of James Patterson – Day Thirty-Four

Day 34, Chapter 34
The WCF killer strikes again – this time, at the mall movie theater. Poor Captain Jacobi, man, he’s really having a hard time with all this cop work.

  • “Come up, Boxer. And hold onto your dinner.”
  • Jacobi was waiting for me at the top of the escalator, and I could see from his face how bad it was going to be even before I got near the bodies on the red carpet.
  • I ran my Explorer onto the sidewalk and braked next to Jacobi’s Hyundai…

Poor bastard drives a Hyundai, too.

Presumably since the victims are a woman and a child, Lindsay feels it is “obvious these killings” are “the work of the same killer”. I guess that’s a logical assumption, but there isn’t any proof of that yet, at least from the 5 seconds she spends at the crime scene. I guess it just bugs me that she’s so positive, even though she’s right.

Sorry, there’s really not enough in today’s chapter for me to come up with anything wittier than that. 83 days to go, everybody!
Go to Day 35.


3 comments on “117 Days of James Patterson – Day Thirty-Four

  1. Amy
    June 1, 2010

    I mean yes, we know she's right, but the actual detective work doesn't seem very… thorough does it?

  2. aaryn b.
    June 5, 2010

    My guru Ron Carlson says “nothing happens nowhere” and obviously, JPatt's taking heed. There's and Explorer and a Huyndai. They're on the sidewalk! That is vivid. VIV. ID.

  3. Seth Marko
    June 6, 2010

    Ha! I can't think of a better way to describe JPatt's writing – once again, I bow down before the god that is Ron Carlson.

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