The Client - Chapter 38 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 38 Summary

Once again, Reggie tries to talk Mark into leaving the scene, but Mark refuses. She realizes that she can't win the argument. Mark tries to calm Reggie down and comfort her. Reggie tells Mark she has had enough and is leaving, but Reggie does not move. Mark tells Reggie that it is not safe to step out of their hiding spot yet. He tells Reggie to stay where she is, while he takes a look at the body. Reggie says that there's no way she is going to let him go alone.

Reggie follows Mark into the garage. Mark grabs one of the chisels and rips the black garbage bag wrapped around the body, until he stands face to face with the decaying face of the late Senator Boyd Boyette. Reggie is revolted and trips on a bag filled with cans. The clatter wakes up the neighbors...

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