Susan was ignoring Hunt and the way he was trying to tower over Bletchley. From the way the kid was screaming upstairs, she figured the man had a hard enough time of it.
Still, he was her prime suspect, and she wanted to make sure she got all her questions asked.
She nodded when he admitted that he'd seen her on Thursday, but he made no mention of the argument he had with Rosmerta. She was going to have to get that report from Hooch and from Entwhistle to ensure that enough witnesses said they heard the fight. But she noted the rather glaring omission.
"That's because I didn't say," she said with a smirk. "She's dead, it's suspicious, and that's all anyone needs to know. Unless you know anything else?" she asked almost teasingly, trying not at all to sound accusatory.
"When you went to pick your son up on Thursday, what did you do when you were in the victim's loft? I'm only asking so we can rule out your fingerprints from any we can't account for." A blatant white lie, but yet another one to gain his confidence.