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The Client - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Ricky runs away from the suicide scene. Mark takes one last look at Romey and then runs after Ricky. They get to their trailer, and Ricky collapses in a state of shock. He sucks his thumb and cries without tears. Mark desperately tries to talk to Ricky, so they could get their lies straight, but Ricky does not respond. Mark wonders if he should call the police. The thought of the body not being discovered for days sends Mark to the phone.

Mark finally calls the police and tells them he saw a body in the woods. Mark drags Rick to bed, leaves a note for his Mom, and goes back to the scene. He watches cops and paramedics do their work. A cop spots Mark. He asks him a few questions and then introduces him to the other cops, as the kid who made the call...

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