After the Easter Blitz of 1941, a finding in the rubble has the inspectors of Scotland Yard on the scene. What evidence has raised the question of murder? It’ll still take some work from the pathologist to sift through the human remains to piece the forensic clues together. The woman has been identified enough to learn that she wasn’t a resident of the neighborhood. What might the crime logs turn up for the period just before and after the Easter Blitz? W ith all the destruction left in a bombing raid, will there be any hope of pinning this on anybody as a murder?
Since fire played a part in the crime scene, it raises flags when the fire department records don’t match up with the evidence and time frame. It might seem that way, but it helps to work out a better time line for the murder, and maybe even help in the identity of the woman. Suddenly an incident of a married couple who had a fight comes to memories. Just when the case is coming to a head, and a suspect is pinpointed, the trail comes to an end. Has the killer gotten away? Has Stanley Russel managed to fake his own death in order to hide?
Diligence pays off over time as the case slowly plods along. Have they finally caught up to the real Stanley Russel