A Case of Need - Study Guide Tuesday, Chapters 8 through 10 Summary & Analysis

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John and Judith are attending a previously arranged dinner party at the home of George Morris, chief resident of medicine at Lincoln. They encounter Norton Francis Hammond III outside Morris's home. Norton, a bit of a rebel because of his longish hair, is accepted because he's an excellent doctor; John calls him the hope of the future of medicine. Norton says a large quantity of morphine is missing from the Memorial Hospital pharmacy, that it's thought to be a carefully planned inside job, and that no one has yet been accused. He says it would be "interesting" if the theft was connected to the death of Karen and tells John he hopes he solves the puzzle. Later, John is told by a pediatrician named Charlie Frank that the situation is "ugly," that there are rumors that John is involved in the abortions, and...

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