Body of Evidence - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Kay is terrified to go out but has a breakfast meeting with the attorney general. She tells Ethridge about how Wesley is barely profiling and will not look her in the eyes. Kay admits to being paranoid. Kay thinks Sparacino's machinations could distract them from facts in the case, is no closer to finding the manuscript, and dislikes being interrogated. What Sterling burns and why is unknown, but more likely letters than the manuscript. Sparacino has sued Kay, the police, and the governor, and Kay is growing notorious.

Ethridge confides that someone privy to Justice Department matters has mentioned Mark James to him and Ethridge wants to know about their meeting at Gallagher's. Sparacino is under investigation and Mark has done time for racketeering and fraud. Mark is disbarred and Orndorff & Berger have never heard of him. Ethridge worries that Mark may harm...

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