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Serial Muscle (Part 4)

By Richard Jasper

Part 3: http://www.musclegrowth.org/forum/sh...ad.php?t=17321

Part 2: http://www.musclegrowth.org/forum/sh...ad.php?t=17315

Part 1: http://www.musclegrowth.org/forum/sh...ad.php?t=17307

* * *

"Miss Lopez," Fairly began. "Alicia..."

The small young Latina stopped dabbing her eyes and looked up at the detective.

"I don't understand," he continued. "You claim that the victim is your cousin, Jamie Renteria, but he has the face of another man."

Alicia shook her head, then nodded, and looked ready to sob again.

"I don't understand, Mister Fairly," she said. "I don't know why he has the face of another man. But he is my cousin Jamie, I swear on our grandmother's grave."

Fairly felt pieces begin to click into place.

"And the name he gave you?"

She looked at him again.

"I told the first policeman, Mister Fairly, before I ever met you, you can check with him," Alicia said. "Jamie said Ben Costello, I'm sure of it, without any doubt."

Fairly looked at her again.

"How can you be so sure? We might have..."

Alicia interrupted.

"Mister Fairly, my father was named Benito, Ben for short, and he loved Abbott and Costello movies, so much that I was sick of them. There is no way I could forget a name like Ben Costello!"

Fairly nodded his head.

"Miss Lopez, I can't explain what is going on, or why, but I think you have just helped me solve a very important puzzle."

Alicia's eyes flashed.

"It is Jamie you should be thanking," Alicia said, and then she did begin to sob again.

Fairly stood up.

"I'm very sorry, Miss Lopez, I know it doesn't bring your cousin back. We all owe him a great many thanks," he said, then he left the room.

* * *

Charlene whistled.

"Well, chief, that's totally X-Files, if you ask me," she said.

Fairly stared into his coffee cup.

"Indeed," he said. "But it would explain a lot, wouldn't it?"

Charlene nodded.

"How the missing Orlando hotel clerk wound up dead in the hotel room in Atlanta? Yes. How the last man seen with the dead hotel clerk turned up dead at the Palmer House in Chicago? Yes."

Fairly sighed.

"But how it happens..."

Charlene snorted.

"Chief, you're the one with the Ph.D. in Norse mythology, not me," she continued. "It sounds like one of the stories you're always telling me."

Fairly dropped his coffee cup, the steaming java staining the hotel room carpet.

"Of course!" he said. "It's Loki and the Mask of Death, all over again."

Charlene gave Fairly a glance.

"Uh, Chief?" she asked. "Wasn't that a Jim Carrey movie?"

But Fairly wasn't listening, he was gathering up his stuff.

"Charlene, I want you to do a trace of Renteria's whereabouts..."

Charlene gasped.

"He's in the morgue, Chief!" she exclaimed.

Fairly shook his head.

"His corpse is," Fairly said. "His identity, however, has been stolen. We can track this fucker down."

Charlene blinked.

This is way over my head, she thought to herself.

"I'll meet you back here in two hours," Fairly said.

Charlene raised an eyebrow.

"Where are you going?" she asked, while punching in numbers on her cell phone.

Fairly's voice was grim but excited.

"Where else?" he replied. "I'm going to the library!"

[More to cum...]

Part 5: http://www.musclegrowth.org/forum/sh...ad.php?t=17359

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