The Client - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

In the Juvenile Detention Center, Telda, the guard, comes in to check on Mark. He's curled by the toilet, sweating profusely and sucking his thumb. Telda is terrified. She remembers that Doreen warned her to keep a close eye on Mark, because he is very fragile. Mark begins to moan, just like Ricky did. Telda blames herself for allowing the US Marshals into Mark's room. Obviously, they scared him to death, she thinks. Telda finds a note from Doreen that says to take Mark to St. Peter's and call Dr. Greenway in case of an emergency. Telda calls an ambulance, and they take Mark to the hospital. Mark's heartbeat is soaring, and the paramedics think that he is in shock. Telda says that he must be going through the same thing as his brother. Everyone, including the paramedics, knows who Mark is, and that the mob is...

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