Brain Trust - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Christopher Golden
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Epilogue Summary

The girls sleep a lot on their flight on the way home. They both felt guilty about the murders of their friends and feel bad that the pursuers were executed. Jenna is met by her mother, Slick and Dufresne. Mark gets the girls aside and tells them that the official report claims that their pursuers were armed. Jenna says it's a lie and she will not confirm it. They were executed. Not that she minds that they are dead but she's going to tell the truth. If they had been taken into custody maybe the mystery of who they were working for would have been solved. All Mark could find out about the men is that they had been with the CIA but were not officially on anyone's payroll.

One of the scientists had not been murdered but died of a heart attack...

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