"Still nothing, remember?"Tricia emerged from her office around five in the evening, the first time since she got in that morning. Fiona looked up from her computer. "Yes, Ms Meadows?" she asked.
"Mom was teaching you, remember?"
"Two more bodies were found at the Zoo yesterday."
"For purely selfish reasons, I vote for coming back here."
"No sense you staying here any later, Fiona," Tricia said. "I'm going to be here for some time working on the Nielsen account. I'll leave details on your desk for the morning."
"Thank you." Fiona started to shut down her computer. "Do you want me to order dinner in for you?"
"I can handle it. You go on home and rest."
Fiona got up and grabbed her purse. "Thank you, Ms Meadows."
Tricia returned to her office and sat in her office chair. She waited to hear the front door close. Once she was sure her secretary was gone, she turned her monitor back on. The ashen man had a window of his own in the middle of the screen, blocking several open documents and programs. "Just getting rid of the witness."