Dead in the Water - Chapters 24-29 Summary & Analysis

Stuart Woods
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Chapters 24-29 Summary

In Chapter 24, Stone goes over testimony with Jim Forrester. Forrester sticks to his story, but adds detail he did give Stone before. Forrester asks about Allison's chances and Stone tells him she might hang if found guilty. Together they wonder what might have happened had Allison docked in an American held port.

In Chapter 25, a woman arrives at the Shipwright's Arms who claims to be Allison Manning. Stone speaks to her and learns she is Elizabeth 'Libby' Manning, Paul Manning's first wife. Libby claims that she and Paul were never divorced. This would entitle Libby to Paul's estate. When Stone tries to discourage her, she threatens to go to the prosecutors in Allison's murder case.

In Chapter 26, Stone goes to the Expansive and talks to Allison about the first Mrs. Manning. Allison swears that Paul and Libby were legally divorced and...

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