All That Remains - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Scarpetta insists on going to Wesley's house that night to discuss Mrs. Harvey with him but gets lost along the way. Scarpetta calls for help and is surprised when Mark shows up to drive her to the Wesley house. Scarpetta is upset that Mark is in the area and did not call her, so they exchange a few tense words on their way to Wesley's. Once there, however, Mark is on Scarpetta's side when she insists on knowing what is really going on in the Harvey-Cheney case. Wesley explains that because of certain aspects of the case, the CIA has reason to believe the couple killer was at one time in training at Camp Peary. Wesley says the jack of hearts card left in the vehicles has military connotations, as do the scenarios surrounding the killings and the choice of killing grounds. The CIA is concerned about their public image...

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