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We just wrapped up one of several surveillances in sizzling summer temperatures--thought we'd share a
few thoughts and links with writers whose characters might also be sitting in hot cars while watching their targets.
On a summer day the temperature inside a parked car can exceed 122° (50°C) in just over 10 minutes.
Cracking a window or two isn’t sufficient to make a substantial difference. A…
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