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How does Charles Latimer feel about capital punishment?

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Charles Latimer doesn't much care for the practicalities of capital punishment. This strikes us as rather odd, given that as a mystery writer, detailed descriptions of death and bloodshed are his stock in trade. Mr. Peters gathers from reading one of Latimer's books that he has a moral objection to the death penalty, not just in practice but in theory. Peters chides him for this,...

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