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The Firm Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 33-36 Summary

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Chapters 33-36 Summary

The firm's need for Mitch's demise is rapidly increasing. Preliminary plans are becoming definitive plans. They try to isolate Mitch by sending him to Grand Cayman Island again. They claim that Avery had suffered from a heart attack and Mitch is the only lawyer with enough familiarity with the Capps file to complete the necessary transactions. Mitch would like to refuse but is afraid to say no. He hopes that his escape plan will be ready before the mafia's plan to eliminate him. Tammy contacts one of Lomax's old friends. He is paid to create forged identities for Mitch, Abby, and Ray. Ray's escape is arranged by the warden. The FBI forces his release. Early parole isn't an option due to his sentencing, so a break-out is the only alternative. The barbed wire is cut and the guards look the other way while Ray climbs...

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The Firm from Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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