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The Client Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 27 Summary

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Chapter 27 Summary

Reggie arrives at the hospital to talk to Diane. She explains to her the option of going under the witness protection program and all the benefits such a program could bring to her family. Diane is impressed at first, but then begins to think about a life of always being on the run, always looking over her shoulder and wondering if they have been found out. Most importantly, she'll always worry about her sons' safety.

Mark calls and speaks to his mother. He tells her that he likes the detention center and not to worry about him. He tries to sound so brave and apologizes many times for bringing them all into this mess. Diane feels horrible. She feels like she is failing Mark. There is nothing she can do to help him. After hanging up with Mark, Diane opens the television, only to see Mark on...

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