Gone for Good - Chapters 29 through 36 Summary & Analysis

Harlan Coben
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Chapters 29 through 36 Summary

In chapter twenty-nine, Will goes home and begins surfing the Web in search of information about the two men who were found dead in Albuquerque. He finds a brief story by a woman named Yvonne Sterno, a reporter for the Star-Beacon, with the information that the house where the two men were found belonged to Owen Enfield and that there was little information at that time. Will continues the search but finds nothing else. Will finds that Yvonne is not at work and looks up her home phone number. He finds her at home and she says that she was "shut down" on reporting the story. She says there were federal officers on the scene by the following morning and she was not allowed do any follow-up investigating. She is reluctant to say more but Will convinces her by saying that...

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