A Conversation In An Elevator (Chapter 41, Lou Grant)

26 09 2009

A Conversation In An Elevator

Chapter 41

MURRAY: Lou, I’m finding all of this very disturbing

LOU GRANT: No kidding, Murray.

MURRAY: Lou, I just left Mary no more than five minutes ago.


MURRAY: She’s fine.

LOU GRANT: Of course she is.

MURRAY: You just described the most horrendous story to me. About Mary. Our Mary. She shouldn’t be fine.

LOU GRANT: She’s a strong girl, Murray. Stronger than either of us imagined.

MURRAY: What are you talking about, Lou?

LOU GRANT: What do you mean, Murray, what am I talking about?


MURRAY: You’ve lost me, Lou.

LOU GRANT: How can I lose you. You were there.

MURRAY: Where?

LOU GRANT: At the apartment.

MURRAY: What apartment?

LOU GRANT: Mary’s. After the killings.

MURRAY: What killings.

Lou takes a series of papers out of a folder he is carrying.


He hands them to Murray.

LOU GRANT: Don’t read them at night. They might give you nightmares.




One response

15 10 2009
Marc Shaw

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– Marc Shaw

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