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Final Jeopardy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters Nineteen through Twenty-One Summary

Linda Fairstein
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Chapters Nineteen through Twenty-One Summary

Alex heads out for a dinner meeting with her friend Joan and Jed sees her, asking her to please let him give her a ride. She reluctantly agrees, hoping to stop him from following her. During their conversation, Jed accuses her of being "crass and vulgar." She counters by saying that she's at least being honest, which Jed isn't. Alex is later given a letter that was found in Isabella's desk at her home. The letter is from a woman named Cordelia Jeffers, who identifies herself as a psychiatrist. She calls David and asks if he can take a look at the letter, possibly giving her some insight into the person who wrote the letter. David tells her that he has company. He says the company will be gone in the morning and that he will call her then. In chapter...

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