“Dead female Caucasian,’ Jazz said in a clipped voice. ‘Found at least two miles from anywhere in any direction. Naked. No apparent Bruising. Missing fingers”
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Jazz is explaining to G. William about how and where the victim was killed. G. William was mad at him at the moment because he didn't know why or how Jazz found out and he was onto him.
“A copycat, maybe,’ G. William said, almost to himself, as though Jazz weren’t even in the room. ‘Someone out there doing his best Billy Dent impression?”
A lot of more suspicion is being created among the officers and Jazz. Jazz decides to do more research and begs G. William if he can help but he keeps telling him he can't.
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Jazz has proven and convinced G. William that he can be able to help figure out who the murder was. G. William still wasn't fond of the idea but he was willing to let him help.
Jazz and G. William get another call that another victim has been murdered. But what Jazz and G. William notice is that this 2nd victims was killed the same exact way that the 2nd victim of Billy Dent was murdered.
Jazz and G. William realize more murders are happening the same exact way that Billy Dent killed his victims. They now call this new serial killer, "The Impressionist". G. William now uses Jazz to help predict when and where the next murder will happen, which gets them closer to solving this killer case.
In the end, Jazz went to go speak to his father for the first time in 4 years to ask about the Impressionist. He didn't really help much until he realized the next day. He woke up to someone at the door. He offered him some coffee but then was intoxicated with something that made him pass out. After a little while, Jazz was able to get help and put the Impressionist in jail.