Richard Diamond, Private Detective — The Louis Spence Case (Part 4 of 7)
Summary of Part 4
The psychiatrist gave Diamond a good idea. In order to use what he just learned about Spence, Diamond needs some music. He goes shopping at a music store but gets impatient with the sales clerk for obstructing justice.
Diamond is under time pressure. He isn’t at the store to browse. He needs to make this purchase right away, as quickly as possible. But the young sales clerk is chatty and also has store policy to follow.
Getting It Right
It was important to get the music right. It needed to be something that would move the emotions. It also needed to be calming.
The clerk is so insistent on following the store policy that Diamond finally threatens to arrest her. What is the crime? Obstructing justice – getting in Diamond’s way of apprehending a criminal.
Listen to predict…
~ what Diamond will do with the music.
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Richard Diamond now has a phonograph and an album of waltz music. Do you think he has made a good choice on the music he selected? Please leave a comment below.