Guilt - Part III, Chapters Twenty-Two through Twenty-Nine Summary & Analysis

John Lescroart
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Part III, Chapters Twenty-Two through Twenty-Nine Summary

In chapter twenty-two, six weeks have passed and Flo has died. Glitsky is still on leave when he is asked to return to investigate a nine-one-one call from Mark saying that Sheila has been stabbed. One of the first things Glitsky notes is that the blade of the knife used to kill Sheila was wiped on her clothes—only the second time he'd ever seen that action with the first being Trang. Glitsky notes that there is not enough blood for the wound evident on Sheila's body and Mark agrees to make a taped statement with Wes Farrell present. In chapter twenty-three, there is a wake and Mark is credited by some as holding up well while others—including his children—say he is cold. After everyone leaves, Mark and...

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