Blindsight by Robin Cook

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Here it is,” Laurie exclaimed, pointing to a minute puncture wound over one of the veins in front of the elbow area. “I didn’t know cocaine could be mainlined,” Lou said. “It’s taken into the body just about every way you can imagine and some you can’t,” Laurie said. ” As she spoke, her mind took her back to the night before she found Shelly dead in his bedroom. He’d just come home from Yale, and Laurie was in his room, eager to hear about college. His open Dopp kit was on his bed. ” Laurie questioned.

She was impressed by Lou. ” Lou asked. ” Laurie asked. ” Lou snapped. ” “Sorry,” Laurie said. ” “And I don’t mean to be testy,” Lou said. “Sometimes I’m a bit self-conscious about where I went to school. I only got to go to a community college on the Island, not some Ivy League ivory tower. ” “Wesleyan University, up in Connecticut,” Laurie said. ” “Of course I’ve heard of it,” Lou said. “What do you think, all police officers are ignoramuses? Wesleyan University. I might have known. ” “Your accent, Doctor,” Lou said.

There was a lot of give and take in the main autopsy room. Often she learned as much from other people’s cases as she did from her own. Laurie looked at the name of the victim and his age: Frank DePasquale. “Poor fellow was only eighteen,” she said. “Such a waste. ” “Probably not,” Vinnie agreed as he struggled to fold his newspaper to the next page. Laurie said good morning to Paul Plodgett when he appeared at the door. He had dark circles under his eyes. She asked him how his famous case was progressing.

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