A Case of Need - Monday, Chapters 4 through 8 Summary & Analysis

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Monday, Chapters 4 through 8 Summary

John calls his lab, saying he'll be out for the rest of the day, then phones home and asks Judith to help keep Art's wife, Betty, calm. He also warns that there could be reporters and that Judith should run interference. John next calls Art's lawyer, George Bradford, leaving a message. He then calls Lewis Carr, clinical professor of medicine at Boston Memorial where Karen Randall died. Carr is careful saying that Karen's father is a "big man." Car says that it's a "stinking mess," declines to talk over the phone, and tells John that the body is at City Hospital where the autopsy is to be performed. John learns that the autopsy is to begin soon and promises to hurry.

John notes that Boston City Hospital is not among those ranked best in medical facilities in the area. It's in a rough...

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