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DiscussãoBook Discussion : Blood Lines by Angela Marsons

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1Andrew-theQM
Fev 8, 8:13 pm

How do you think Kim handled the trainee pathologist, Jonathan Bullock, when she first met him?

2EadieB
Fev 9, 11:11 am

I think Kim was quick to teach him a lesson by saying, “If you want to be a detective be one, otherwise focus on the job you’re here to do. Us investigators don’t take kindly to being told how to do our job. You doing your job well helps us do ours. Got it?”

3Olivermagnus
Fev 9, 2:49 pm

I thought it was handled well. She didn't embarrass him in front of his own people. For Kim, she was remarkably tactful.

4Andrew-theQM
Fev 9, 4:00 pm

Overall well, but still think they miss opportunities by saying this is your role and this is ours. Be more of a holistic team.

5Maura49
Fev 10, 5:17 am

>3 Olivermagnus: I agree. Hints had been dropped that Kim can be a tough and not always sympathetic person. She displayed considerable understanding of ego here.

6Sergeirocks
Fev 10, 9:05 am

Kim showed her caring side. Didn’t know she had one, 🤣.
The guy was lucky. If it hadn’t been for his surname and his glasses, and the resulting stick she assumed he must have suffered growing up because of them, she’d have been on him like a ton of bricks.

7bluebird_
Fev 12, 10:39 pm

I was surprised by how well she handled. >6 Sergeirocks: is spot on. Lol, her assumption of his rough time as a kid brought out the best in her.