"Murder is easier to accomplish and remain undetected than television crime dramas acknowledge. Why do you think there's so much publicity when a murder is solved?"
Fair finished his tea. "Also fuels the illusion that you can't get away with murder, when you can." [p.60]
Hmmmm? That's an interesting thought, but if it's true, I wonder how much longer that will last. In these days of twenty-four-hour news coverage and total media access to everyone's private information, it's getting harder and harder to get away with even the smallest transgressions. Just ask Tiger Woods.
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