By Lawrence Block
Keller is an murderer – he's paid via the task and works for a mysterious guy who nominates hits and passes on commissions from in different places. Keller is going in, does the activity, will get out: frequently at a number of hours’ observe . . . frequently Keller’s paintings takes him out of recent York to different towns, to beautiful provincial cities that just about tempt him into relocating to the woods and the lakeshores. virtually yet now not particularly.
But then one task is going flawed in a manner Keller hasn't ever imagined and it leaves him with an important challenge. discovering himself with an orphan on his arms, Keller's task starts off to intervene together with his conscientiously guarded existence. And when you permit somebody in on your lifestyles, they generally tend to wish to grasp what you do whilst you're away. And killing for a dwelling, profitable notwithstanding it truly is, simply doesn't locate favour with a few parents.
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THE VICTIM INTERVIEW The officer will question the victim to obtain preliminary information. The victim will be asked to described what happened (date, time, place, details) and to provide information concerning the defendant’s identity or description. For example, the officer will want to know how the offender made contact with you. The offender may be following a pattern; he may be an experienced criminal who commits crimes only at certain times or in certain places. Sometimes, the offender will “test” the victim before a robbery, mugging, or other attack.