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10th Nov '16 8:16:16 AM jamespolk
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* The plot of mystery novel ''Literature/TrunkMusic'' kicks off when Detective Literature/HarryBosch is called to a murder scene. A dead guy in a fancy suit has been found stuffed in the trunk of a limo.
7th Nov '16 12:33:03 AM Ziggun
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* Finding the heiress Lilja Trevaine in the trunk of a mis-parked car is what kicks off the plot of SemiAutoSemla.
31st Oct '16 8:34:57 PM PaulA
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* In the second book in Creator/BryanDavis's ''Raising Dragons'' series, Billy is BoundAndGagged and locked in the trunk.

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* In the second book in Creator/BryanDavis's ''Raising Dragons'' ''Literature/DragonsInOurMidst'' series, Billy is BoundAndGagged and locked in the trunk.
30th Sep '16 9:37:42 PM JackG
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* ''Series/InspectorMorse''. In "The Day of the Devil", a criminal escapes from prison by hiding in the trunk of his psychiatrist's car -- she left the key in the lock while loading it with files. [[spoiler:Morse later realises the psychiatrist was in on the escape, and had left the car unlocked deliberately.]]

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* ''Series/InspectorMorse''. In "The Day of the Devil", a criminal escapes from prison by hiding in the trunk of his psychiatrist's car -- she left the key in the lock while loading it with files.some files in the back seat. [[spoiler:Morse later realises the psychiatrist was in on the escape, and had left the car unlocked deliberately.]]
30th Sep '16 9:35:59 PM JackG
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* ''Series/InspectorMorse''. In "The Day of the Devil", a criminal escapes from prison by hiding in the trunk of his psychiatrist's car. [[spoiler:Morse later realises the psychiatrist was in on the escape, and had left the car unlocked deliberately.]]

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* ''Series/InspectorMorse''. In "The Day of the Devil", a criminal escapes from prison by hiding in the trunk of his psychiatrist's car.car -- she left the key in the lock while loading it with files. [[spoiler:Morse later realises the psychiatrist was in on the escape, and had left the car unlocked deliberately.]]
30th Sep '16 9:05:46 PM JackG
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* ''Series/InspectorMorse''. In "The Day of the Devil", a criminal escapes from prison by hiding in the trunk of his psychiatrist's car. [[spoiler:Morse later realises the psychiatrist was in on the escape, and had left the car unlocked deliberately.]]
26th Sep '16 7:54:51 PM foxley
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* In the finale of Season 2 Series/{{Luther}} has to get rid of a psychotic gangster killed in self-defense by the woman he's hiding in his flat. At the same time an ex-cop working as an enforcer is trying to find out what happened to his boss. At first Luther hides the body on the roof of his apartment complex, but has to get rid of it when the enforcer comes around, dragging it into the lift in a huge sports bag. The enforcer catches Luther locking the trunk of his car and forces him to open it at gunpoint, revealing the bag...is full of sports equipment. Later the police answer an anonymous tip-off and find the body hidden in the enforcer's car. When he realises he's been set up the enforcer flees, expressing admiration for Luther's cunning.

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* In the finale of Season 2 Series/{{Luther}} ''Series/{{Luther}}'' has to get rid of a psychotic gangster killed in self-defense by the woman he's hiding in his flat. At the same time an ex-cop working as an enforcer is trying to find out what happened to his boss. At first Luther hides the body on the roof of his apartment complex, but has to get rid of it when the enforcer comes around, dragging it into the lift in a huge sports bag. The enforcer catches Luther locking the trunk of his car and forces him to open it at gunpoint, revealing the bag...is full of sports equipment. Later the police answer an anonymous tip-off and find the body hidden in the enforcer's car. When he realises he's been set up the enforcer flees, expressing admiration for Luther's cunning.


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* ''Series/{{Leverage}}'': In "The Juror #6 Job", Eliot knocks out two mooks and locks them in the trunk of their own car.
17th Sep '16 7:04:40 PM JackG
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* In the finale of Season 2 Series/{{Luther}} [[spoiler:has to get rid of a psychotic gangster killed in self-defense by the woman he's hiding in his flat. At the same time an ex-cop working as an enforcer is trying to find out what happened to his boss. At first Luther hides the body on the roof of his apartment complex, but has to get rid of it when the enforcer comes around, dragging it into the lift in a huge sports bag. The enforcer catches Luther locking the trunk of his car and forces him to open it at gunpoint, revealing the bag...is full of sports equipment. Later the police answer an anonymous tip-off and find the body hidden in the enforcer's car. When he realises he's been set up the enforcer flees, expressing admiration for Luther's cunning.]]

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* In the finale of Season 2 Series/{{Luther}} [[spoiler:has has to get rid of a psychotic gangster killed in self-defense by the woman he's hiding in his flat. At the same time an ex-cop working as an enforcer is trying to find out what happened to his boss. At first Luther hides the body on the roof of his apartment complex, but has to get rid of it when the enforcer comes around, dragging it into the lift in a huge sports bag. The enforcer catches Luther locking the trunk of his car and forces him to open it at gunpoint, revealing the bag...is full of sports equipment. Later the police answer an anonymous tip-off and find the body hidden in the enforcer's car. When he realises he's been set up the enforcer flees, expressing admiration for Luther's cunning.]]
17th Sep '16 7:01:22 PM JackG
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-->"I mean, who in the hell would think that the seventh richest man in the world would be riding around in the trunk of a piece of sh1t taxi?"

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-->"I mean, who in the hell would think that the seventh richest man in the world would be riding around in the trunk of a piece of sh1t shit taxi?"
17th Sep '16 6:43:18 PM JackG
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* ''Series/{{Narcos}}''. Pablo Escobar is an entirely willing version, so he can travel about covertly.

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* ''Series/{{Narcos}}''. Pablo Escobar is an entirely willing version, so he can [[KingIncognito travel about covertly.covertly]].
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