Dead Sleep - Chapters 16-17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16-17 Summary

On the way to visit Thalia Laveau, Glass convinces the FBI agents that she should go in question her alone. They agree reluctantly and fit her with a transmitter to record the conversation. Laveau lives in a rooming house apartment. Glass knocks on the door and when Laveau answers it warily, she explains about her missing sister and why she has come. Laveau invites her inside.

Glass asks Laveau about her whereabouts during the last disappearance and other related questions. She finds herself opening up to Laveau, who is sympathetic to the loss of her sister. Glass eventually becomes so comfortable speaking about the incident that she suddenly tells Laveau about an event when she was raped by several soldiers while on a photo assignment. Laveau is moved by her story and the two strike up an immediate bond. After talking...

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