Guilt - Part IV, Chapters Thirty-Seven through Forty-Three Summary & Analysis

John Lescroart
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Part IV, Chapters Thirty-Seven through Forty-Three Summary

In chapter thirty-seven, Christina admits that she is not certain she believes in Mark's innocence. Wes expects pizza delivery but has a visit from Sam who gives him some paperwork, including copies of Diane Price's diary which is damning though not admissible in court. In chapter thirty-eight, Wes questions Mark's doctor who says that he never discovered the vial of blood was missing, only that the test results were never returned, so that it was impossible to know where it went missing from. He also says that the man from whom the blood had been taken had died and was cremated, so there is no way to compare the blood to be certain it was from his office. Glitsky takes the stand and Wes makes him admit to several points, including that there...

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