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Having killed Sarah, Spector ritually bathes her and paints her nails, snips off a lock of her hair and takes a necklace. Later he masturbates over film he has taken of her corpse. Stella refuses to speak to local reporter Ned Callan as to her involvement in the Monroe case. Afterwards, she has meaningless sex with young police sergeant James Olson. Next day she is angry to see that Callan has written an article about her arrival in Belfast. She is then called out to the murder scene of Sarah and asks to take over the investigation. She learns from the pathologist that Sarah was pregnant. Spector's wife's teen-aged baby-sitter comes to the house to download music and tries to steal the lock of Sarah's hair. Spector man-handles her to get it back, claiming it belonged to his mother though she is suspicious. At the same time the murder of drug-dealer Michael Lockwood seems to spark off a retaliatory murder.
Sarah Kay's sister finds her dead in her bed. The police soon descend on the house and Det. Supt. Stella Gibson examines the scene with medical examiner Reed Smith. There is little doubt they are dealing with the same killer. ACC Jim Burns, still reluctant to accept the idea that they are dealing with a serial killer, agrees to Stella's suggestion that she be put in charge of the investigation. Smith finds that Kay was several weeks pregnant. Spector meanwhile gets upset when he realizes that his babysitter has tried to steal the locket of hair he took from his latest victim. DS James Olson, with whom Stella spent the previous night, is making good progress in his own case. Someone is waiting for him for him when he gets home however.
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