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Dead in the Water Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 19-23 Summary

Stuart Woods
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Chapters 19-23 Summary

In Chapter 19, Stone speaks briefly to Cantor and learns that few people on the Canary Islands remember the Mannings, but one couple does remember them fighting about navigational plans the night before they left for Puerto Rico. Cantor has also learned that the Mannings' rubber dinghy was stolen and Paul Manning made a big deal about ordering a new one from Barcelona. When Stone gets off the phone, he asks Forrester if he remembers any of this and Forrester backs up everything Cantor learned. Stone is a little concerned that Forrester did not offer this information in the beginning. A few minutes later, Allison comes into the bar and is interviewed by Hilary Kramer. Afterward, Stone asks her opinion. Kramer says that she believes Allison is truly innocent.

In Chapter 20, the media rush begins. Stone hides Allison on the yacht until a press conference can...

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