Gone for Good - Chapters 37 through 43 Summary & Analysis

Harlan Coben
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Chapters 37 through 43 Summary

In chapter thirty-seven, Will is being questioned in the hospital. Though he is injured and has a dislocated shoulder from his flip over the head of the bed, Pistillo arrives and says that he is going to hold Will for attacking Katy. Will says that it is an attempt to frame him; Pistillo says that he will make sure Will remains in jail for Katy's attack and that if he has to, he will create evidence to frame Will himself. He then says that Will is welcome to share this information with an attorney but that Pistillo will just deny it. As Pistillo is about to leave the room, Will asks what he is "really after." Pistillo says that Will should ask Ken.

In chapter thirty-eight, Will is held overnight in the jail at Midtown South. He says that even with...

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