Body of Evidence - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Pete drives Kay back to Valhalla. Masterson ushers them in reluctantly. Pete says he is present to help massage the doctor's memory about Al's friend Frankie. After a confrontation with Pete, Masterson leaves to fetch files on the boys, fitting the description Jeanie has given. Pete has a feeling Sparacino is behind all the deaths, but Kay sees all the other factors not yet coming together. Masterson returns and prefers to preserve patient confidentiality by presenting the cases. If one proves of keen interest, they may examine it. The first three do not fit, but an 18-year old admitted for unfocused anger, anxiety, and gender doubts interests Pete. Masterson explains the case and hands Kay the file.

Frank Ethan Aims—Frankie— leaves Valhalla in July 1979, and promptly runs away from home. Jim Barns had been his social worker and alleged attacker...

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