Dead in the Water - Chapters 30-34 Summary & Analysis

Stuart Woods
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Chapters 30-34 Summary

In Chapter 30, Stone has breakfast with Hilary Kramer and tells her about the plane crash. As they talk, Stone receives a fax of Libby and Paul's divorce decree. The decree shows that Paul was supposed to make alimony payments to Libby for ten years, an arrangement that expire three weeks previously.

In Chapter 31, Stone tells Allison about the plane crash and they enter into a debate over whether or not Allison will be legally obligated to fulfill her contract with Libby for the four hundred thousand dollars with Libby's heirs. Allison leans toward not telling the heirs about the contract while Stone urges her to fulfill her obligations to the heirs through Libby.

In Chapter 32, Stone is in his rented room at the Shipwright's Arms when Thomas knocks on the door and tells him two cops have come for him. Stone...

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