Four Blind Mice: A Novel - Part One: The Last Case: Chapters 17 - 24 Summary & Analysis

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Part One: The Last Case: Chapters 17 - 24 Summary

General Stephen Bowen consents to see Alex and Sampson and for a moment, they actually feel a glimmer of hope that they can do something for Cooper. However, the General listened while Alex laid out the evidence they had when they were finished, the General informed them that as far as he was concerned, Sampson is guilty and he looks forward to attending his execution with the families of the victims.

The Three Blind Mice find themselves back on the base, and though they are nervous, Starkey tells them to conduct themselves properly. They are there on business as senior sales agents for Heckler & Koch, promoting the sales of guns to the army. The meeting goes well, and they leave in high spirits and looking for trouble. After too much liquor...

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