A Test of Wills - Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

Caroline and Charles Todd
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Chapters 13-14 Summary

In Chapter 13, Rutledge goes back to Dr. Warren's clinic to check on Hickam, but the man's condition is unchanged. He asks Dr. Warren if he knows of any young children living near the meadow where the Colonel was killed. The Doctor replies that there are any number of little ones running about. Then Rutledge asks Dr. Warren for his opinion of the killing. Warren favors Mavers as a suspect, but Rutledge's questioning irritates him. The Doctor thinks it's time the case was solved.

Rutledge sees Captain Wilton in the Inn's bar. Wilton has been dealing with the difficult funeral arrangements for a headless man. Rutledge shows him the doll and asks him to find the little girl who lost it. The Captain at first thinks the Inspector is joking, but when Rutledge tells him to do it, he says he will. Rutledge will send Sergeant...

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