Glory in Death - Study Guide Chapter 17 Summary & Analysis

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As Eve looks at Chief Harrison Tibble, she feels a great amount of respect. She can also privately admit she also feels a certain amount of fear. Chief Tibble is an old-school cop, back from the days when the police were still allowed to carry guns. He still thinks like a street cop, and has a spotless record. When called into his office with Feeney and Commander Whitney, Eve has never felt so alone. Eve listens as Chief Tibble questions her, answering him with a calm she doesn't feel. She assures him that David is guilty and his father's confession is just a smokescreen. Explaining that the public is martyring the Angelini's, Chief Tibble orders them to release David and Marco. When Eve protests, the Chief orders Whitney and Feeney out of his office, and tells Eve to remain. He informs her that she is doing a...

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