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The Client Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 Summary

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Chapter 14 Summary

One of the nurses shows Mark a news story in the Memphis Press with photos of Mark and Ricky, and details about new findings in the FBI case. The story includes how Mark's fingerprints were found inside the car, on the gun and on the whiskey bottle. Mark feels indignant at the violation of privacy, and at the story that makes him look like a criminal. Mark feels sorry for himself, because he is going through this turmoil without supportive and protective parents behind him. His father is non-existent to him, and his mother is busy with Ricky. Jack Nance is still hanging around the hospital to watch Mark.

Mark gets into an empty elevator. It stops on the eighth floor. A man in a white lab coat steps in. The door closes. The man grabs him around the throat, flicks open a switchblade and holds it...

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