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The scene starts with Melanie sitting on the kitchen floor, looking at her bloody hands and going through a mental crisis. She didnt know that she was allowed to fight back, let alone physically capable of standing up for herself. She only wanted a promotion as was suggested, but instead was forced into abuse again. The reaction of her boss immediately after caused something to snap, and now he was dead. After replaying the event and trying to get a grip of herself, there is a knock at the door to end the prologue.Highlights:- The Boss starts to from the moment she enters the, dinner, etc. He is very aggressive in exploring her interest in him, and avoids her attempts to discuss work while his intoxication increases. He forces himself upon her, ignoring her tears...- When done, he showers while she cries and collects herself. When he exits, he gives a sinister smile and says something along the lines of someday discussing that promotion. That is when she breaks and grabs the closest blunt object to lay into him.-While beaten, he still swears and threatens her, and she grabs a broken piece of glass from the struggle. She is unable to take her eyes away from his as she stabs him in the chest, watching the life go out, then retreating to the kitchen. Her first kill is mimicked in nearly all others to follow, with the stab in the chest while she forces eye contact in death becomes somewhat of a trademark, and the similarity that binds the victims to draw in the FBI.- Melanie is very fragile at this point, and her mind is a bit chaotic as she tries to grasp what happened...but there is perhaps an inkling of the assured and confident killer within as there is a measure of pride in having stood up for herself...she doesnt feel guilty for having fought back, but is concerned about legal implications, the blood and violence, the shock of seeing death…

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2016
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001033772016
    • ISBN:  9781370998838

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