Dead in the Water - Chapters 48-52 Summary & Analysis

Stuart Woods
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Chapters 48-52 Summary

In Chapter 48, it is the night before the trial is to begin, so Allison cooks for Stone. They spend the night, not making any attempts to hide their relationship this time.

In Chapter 49, Stone and Allison drive to the courthouse with Thomas where they meet Sir Leslie. The proceedings begin with the judge choosing the jury which consists of six men. When the jury is seated, the bailiff reads out the charges and Sir Winston is instructed to begin his opening statement.

In Chapter 50, Sir Winston makes an impassioned speech marking all the motives Allison potentially had for killing her husband. Sir Leslie then makes his opening remarks, pointing out that there is no proof Paul Manning is dead. The testimony begins with a surprise witness. This witness is Frank Stendahl, the large man staying at the Shipwright's Arms that Stone...

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