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Author:E.E. Bailes [Bailes, E.E.]

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Published: 2019-05-16T07:54:27+00:00

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The Marinara Murders by E.E. Bailes

Beautyman sat down across from Holst in the small office. The desk was cluttered with paper, reflecting a state of chaos Beautyman remembered vividly, and not without a little nostalgia.

“Takes me back,” he said.

“It’s not as great as you remember, trust me.”

 

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Author:E.E. Bailes [Bailes, E.E.] , Date: June 7, 2019

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Author:E.E. Bailes [Bailes, E.E.]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Published: 2019-05-16T07:54:27+00:00
Beautyman sat down across from Holst in the small office. The desk was cluttered with paper, reflecting a state of chaos Beautyman remembered vividly, and not without a little nostalgia.

“Takes me back,” he said.

“It’s not as great as you remember, trust me.”

Beautyman smiled. “I’m curious. How are you classifying Jake’s death?”

The autopsy said that Jake had clearly drowned. Where it was noticeably silent was on the question of whether he had been held underwater intentionally by himself or another.

Holst spoke precisely. “At this time, we have no conclusive evidence that would suggest homicide, but we must consider all possibilities.”

“Meaning your gut’s telling you it is, you just haven’t proven it yet.”

“Something like that.” Holst chuckled. “Your paperwork submitted yet?”

“In today’s mail.”

“Good.” Holst shifted his weight. “So. It’s been three days. What have you got for me?”

“Would you allow me a probing question before I answer yours.”

“You’re welcome to ask.”

“Angelo Alcamo died three years ago. Was there an investigation?”

Holst’s eyes squinted, thinking. He turned to his computer and after a minute of hunting and pecking for keys, he answered. “Fell down a flight of stairs and broke his neck. No investigation.”

“Huh. Interesting.”

“Why is that interesting?”

“His twin brother’s restaurant was torched last night.”

“I know. It was a shame to lose Dromio’s. Great food at a really great price. Hard to believe they were profitable, really.”

“I wonder if I might see any crowd photos you took at the arson last night.”

Holst’s brow furrowed. “Enough of the guessing games. I could get them, but what’s the connection to Jake Diamond?”

Beautyman was momentarily surprised until he remembered that Diamond hadn’t told Holst about the blackmail. And that Diamond had directed Beautyman not to say anything as well. He hadn’t come to a decision on that one yet.

“I can’t go into too much detail, but I can tell you this. Friday night a man—my mother says he’s Hmong—dropkicked me outside of Dromio’s after we had dinner there. Sunday afternoon, I saw him again, loitering outside of Carat. And then last night I saw him again in the crowd around Dromio’s.”

Beautyman hadn’t even finished before Holst was on the phone, asking for someone to bring photos of the crowd at the fire. He hung up the phone. “He dropkicked you?”

“Seemed like he knew Karate or some sort of martial art.”

Holst tapped the desk. “Seems like you’ve left out the most interesting part of the story.”

“Which part?”

“Why you were at Dromio’s twice in three days.”

“I was actually there Saturday, too. I spoke with Luca Alcamo.”

“I see. But you’re not particularly interested in telling me what about.”

“Not particularly. He did complain that he felt his brother had gotten a bad deal from Councilman Stark a couple years back.”

“Who hasn’t? When I saw him last night I took it as my cue to leave.”

“He seems close to the Diamonds.”

“Henry’s donated to Stark’s last two campaigns.” Holst fingered a piece of paper from his desk. “I checked this morning.”

“Any reason you were curious about their relationship?”

“Just trying to get a get a handle on the world of the Diamond family.

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