There was something about Detective Geyer's lone search (for the child victims of serial killer H.H. Holmes) through the sweltering heat of that summer that captured everyone's imagination. He had become theliving representation of how men liked to think of themselves; one man doing an awful duty and doing it well, against the odds. (355)

— Erik Larson  

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