Dead in the Water - Chapter 9-13 Summary & Analysis

Stuart Woods
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Chapter 9-13 Summary

In Chapter 9, Stone and Sir Leslie enter the courtroom where Sir Leslie immediately asks the judge if Stone can be admitted to the St. Marks bar for the duration of the trial, something that is immediately agreed upon. The judge then has each set of lawyers placed into the record, making it impossible for Stone to bring in another barrister. The subject of bail is broached. Allison is allowed to leave jail as long as she makes no attempt to leave St. Marks. However, if Allison should leave, her yacht will be confiscated and she will be considered guilty of her crime and hung immediately.

In Chapter 10, Stone calls Bill Eggers and cancels the barrister. Stone then calls an investigator, Bob Cantor, and asks him to fly to the Canary Islands and find anyone who remembers the Mannings. Stone then calls...

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