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''Hell Hath No Fury'' is one of [[Richard Castle|Richard Castle's]] novels.  It is mentioned in [[Flowers For Your Grave]] (episode 1.1) during Castle and [[Kate Beckett|Kate Beckett's]] first interrogation.  Beckett shows Castle a photo of a crime scene where a small claims lawyer was murdered and posed similar to a scene in the book.  Castle notices that Beckett recognized the similarity between the crime scene and the book scene and figures out that she is a hard-core fan of his writing.  He also mentions that the book has to do with "angry Wiccans out for blood."
 
''Hell Hath No Fury'' is one of [[Richard Castle|Richard Castle's]] novels.  It is mentioned in [[Flowers For Your Grave]] (episode 1.1) during Castle and [[Kate Beckett|Kate Beckett's]] first interrogation.  Beckett shows Castle a photo of a crime scene where a small claims lawyer was murdered and posed similar to a scene in the book.  Castle notices that Beckett recognized the similarity between the crime scene and the book scene and figures out that she is a hard-core fan of his writing.  He also mentions that the book has to do with "angry Wiccans out for blood."
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Revision as of 20:06, 14 May 2015

Hell Hath No Fury is one of Richard Castle's novels. It is mentioned in Flowers For Your Grave (episode 1.1) during Castle and Kate Beckett's first interrogation. Beckett shows Castle a photo of a crime scene where a small claims lawyer was murdered and posed similar to a scene in the book. Castle notices that Beckett recognized the similarity between the crime scene and the book scene and figures out that she is a hard-core fan of his writing. He also mentions that the book has to do with "angry Wiccans out for blood."