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Dead in the Water Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 35-40 Summary

Stuart Woods
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Chapters 35-40 Summary

In Chapter 35, Stone speaks to Cantor and learns that Libby Manning had an elderly mother with multiple sclerosis who is barely surviving on social security and what she makes in tips playing a piano in a hotel. After speaking to Cantor, Stone takes a call from a lawyer named Harley Potter who represents Libby and her mother. Stone tells Potter about Libby's death and answers questions about Paul's estate, but avoids telling him about the four hundred thousand Allison paid Libby.

In Chapter 36, Stone attends the coroner's inquest into the plane crash. The mechanic testifies that there was nothing wrong with the engine and suggests that the crash could have been caused by a leaking fuel line, but that he checked all the lines a few weeks before the crash and they were good. The jury gives a verdict of death by misadventure. Stone gets...

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