Disclosure (novel) - Tuesday, pp 173 - 234 Summary & Analysis

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Susan told Sanders she thought he would be laughed out of court for being a man bringing a harassment suit against a woman. Sanders shared with Susan that he thought DigiCom was trying to hush up what had happened because they were afraid that it would cause Conley-White to call off the merger. Susan warned him that if he tried to work the case from that angle that DigiCom would try to destroy him. She suggested he talk to Dorfman before he made any decisions. When Susan saw that he was really serious about what he wanted to do, she wished him good luck. She agreed to take the children and go to Phoenix.

After Sanders left his wife, he wondered why he had not told Susan about what had happened with Meredith. He kept seeing images, like the stained glass iris...

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