The Client - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

Reggie thinks about how she will deal with the charge of accomplice, as Mark gets into her car. She figures she won't get into too much trouble. She can make a good argument that Mark was being chased by the mafia, and she had no choice but to help him. Reggie asks Mark where they should go now. They juggle around some ideas, sometimes jokingly and randomly deciding on Arkansas. For a while, they think a cop is following them, but then the cop drives past them. Mark jokingly likens him and Reggie to Bonnie and Clyde. Reggie is amused.

Mark and Reggie chitchat. Mark takes pleasure in again telling Reggie about his escape act. Then, Reggie tries to entice Mark with the witness protection plan again. She tells him that the FBI can offer him and his family whatever life they choose, but Mark does not...

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