We'll just ignore the usual villain logical flaw in why he doesn't burn Sareena first, then everything else in the building, shall we? ^^ I guess you could argue the coroner could tell if she was set on fire alone and not just burned in the wreckage.
Y'know, starting to wonder if the people who work for Ozais want fire-proof suits or something. Or if Ozais is nervous about all the conditioner he puts into that perm-job.
Yeah, not lighting Sareena herself on fire's pretty much mostly an issue of plot convenience. Plus Ozias carries himself like a Bond villain anyway, might as well extend to overly complicated plans.
Saturday's page is the last one Adam's done, after which we get back to Abe. That one also marks the end of this sequence, so convenient how that worked out.