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Where Mr Davies Okafor is informed of Rhonda's real name and her unfortunate death.
View newspaper article on Rhonda's death.

Dear Mr Okafors,

My name is Plato Souppe. You do not know me and I must beg that you forgive my presumption in writing to you unannounced like this.

I believe that you knew my youngest sister Minestrone. We called her Min. She ran a flourishing business providing stress management short courses to many of the principal business men in the city. Not wanting to embarrass the family, especially our Mother, she adopted another name for business purposes.

You would have known her as Rhonda. Rhonda Vu.

It is my extremely unhappy duty to have to tell you that our beloved Min is dead.

She was found savagely murdered late last week.

The police are thoroughly puzzled by her death and can find no purpose or explanation for it. To date they have no suspects.

From looking through some of her correspondence it is clear that you were a good friend, or possibly a business collegue, of hers and I am writing to you in the hope that she may have said something to you that may provide a clue as to who the murderer is. It is quite possible that she knew them.

No matter how insignificant it may seem to you anything that gives a clue, an inkling, as to who her killer may be would be appreciated.

You may write to the above address or fax information to me on (03) 5987 0954.

Thank you in advance,

Yours sincerely, Plato Souppe.

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