Deep Lie: A Novel - Chapter 21-25 Summary & Analysis

Stuart Woods
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Chapter 21-25 Summary

In chapter twenty-one, Malakhov tells Rule Majorov's life history. He confirms what Rule already knew, that Majorov and Firsov are the same person, then he tells Rule about Majorov's family and history. However, Malakhov does not tell her anything about what Majorov's been up to all these years. Malakhov tells Rule that Majorov is a dangerous man and that she should be careful. Malakhov has seen Majorov kill young women while using them sexually. Rule is so intrigued by Malakhov's story she that does not ask him any questions.

In chapter twenty-two, when Helder finally wakes up, he realizes that he has killed Sokolov with a screwdriver. Helder is trapped inside the upside-down submarine. It takes him some time, but he is finally able to get it rolled over enough to climb out of the submarine. When he gets to the...

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