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Look at the marks on her arms. The next victim was Della Mornay. She was killed about six weeks before Karen and her body was hidden in a field. Look at the marks on her arms ─ almost the same as those on Karen’s body. Jeannie Sharpe, killed in Oldham in 1984. Again, note the marks and cuts. ’ He showed a picture of a pretty young girl. ‘She was a hairdresser. She was getting married. Marlow was interviewed during the investigation. He was staying in a hotel fifty yards away from the park 51 where Angela was found.

He had a newspaper in his hand. ‘Look at this,’ he said. Jane Tennison was at home. She hated cooking but she had promised to make a meal for Peter’s friends the following night. Her sister Pam was helping her to plan the menu. The sisters were very different. Jane had no patience with housework; Pam loved it. She had married soon after she had left school and had two children. Her third child was due in the next two weeks. Peter came into the room carrying a newspaper. ‘Look at this,’ he said.

Amson looked at a map. ‘He could be heading for Euston Station or King’s Cross Station . ’ ‘Just a minute,’ Tennison said. A message came through on the radio. ‘Marlow’s jumped on a bus . . no, he’s jumped off it again . . he’s behind King’s Cross Station . ’ ‘There are garages behind the station,’ Amson said. The voice came over the radio again. ‘Suspect has gone into a cafe . ’ Tennison asked angrily. ♦ D C Jones was checking out the beauty shops where Moyra had worked. He spoke to the owner of one shop and showed her a picture of Karen Howard.

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