Body of Evidence - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

Mark is sitting in Kay's room, checked in as Kay's husband and sent, he claims by Wesley, his former teacher at the Academy. Mark is an undercover agent, which he proves by dialing Wesley. Mark stopped practicing law when Janet died, worked in the field, and then goes under deep cover. Sparacino is a federal target, he's been laundering money for the mob. Claiming to be Paul Barker in the Federal Protected Witness Program, Mark has been infiltrating for two years. In New York, Mark pretends to dig information out of Kay and brings her to Sparacino. Only in the restaurant does he realize Sparacino is onto him, using Partin's brat as a snitch. Mark has found nothing to connect Sparacino with Beryl or Cary's murders; the lawsuit and vendetta are for publicity (but the hatred of Ethridge is genuine), and Ethridge is...

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