" 'You're saying that he somehow stole this card from a Camp Peary customer?' " This makes me wonder about how long did Spurrier planned this. He is obviously very sneaky, but if he planned this all along, he must have been very methodical in his thinking and planned out every variable and instance. This means that he is very smart and is independent.
Words Of The Wiser
"Why didn't he just kill them on the logging road, drag their bodies several yards into the woods, and then drive away? Why did he want to bring them out here?" This makes me wonder about the character's feelings and emotions at the time of the murder and his actions from the past four murders. Is this murder and the other four murders connected? Also, why did the killer go through all the trouble to do the job?
Words of The Wiser
"How many times on Earth would I say that?" This tells me the character has regret for her actions. This makes me wonder how long she has been doing this and her success to failure ratio. If she questions how many times she would say that on Earth, that means that she if frustrated on this case and is made about herself.
Words of The Wiser
" 'It's like a cement truck with no brakes going down a hill. You ain't going to stop it, Doc. All you can do is get out of the way.' " This message is important because it applies directly to Kay in her current situation. Basically, the life lesson is to do what yur said to do and then just forget about it.
" 'You're crazy.' " This message is important because of it warns Kay about her situation. The life lesson is to always think before you do something.
" 'I saying that I'd like you to pend the cases for as long a possible, Kay. I don't want reports going out to anyone, not even the parents, and especially not to Pat Harvey...' " The life lesson is to never give up information for free and to always consider what happens if anything happens. This is important because it helps Kay make her choices.