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Ted Bergin's murder in "The Sixth Man"

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Initial post: 10 Apr 2012 17:09:17 BDT
BookLight says:
In chapter 2, "There was blood and grayish brain matter all over the car's interior"
In chapter 3, "the bullet was still in the dead man's head". "No exit wound"
How can there be blood and brain matter all over the car's interior if there is no exit wound??

Posted on 16 Nov 2012 13:41:41 GMT
Mr. C. Burns says:
I'll have to re-read my copy but from what I remember the blood etc can come from the impact entrance wound, thus still producing blood spatter in the car but no visible exit wound.........I might be wrong but that how I read it
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