Police Lieutenant Arthur Jamison glanced at the poem lying before him on the desk. Beside the poem were four photographs. One was that of Ashley Ponce, face resting on the park grass, a bullet hole in his temple. The other three photographs, in the proper context, could be considered incriminating. On the reverse side of each photograph was the name and address of the person being blackmailed.
"The Transposal Murder Case,"
Word Ways: Vol. 14
, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol14/iss1/10