Guilt Themes

John Lescroart
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Lcak of Conscience

Mark is the ultimate sociopath with no conscience, though he can put on a show of a conscience when it suits his purposes. For example, Wes relays the story of Mark's confession in college that he had had sex with another woman while engaged to Sheila and that Mark had said at that time that he should break off his engagement because he had wronged Sheila. In truth, this was part of Mark's act, though Wes clings to the idea that Mark is perfect. Later, Mark calls on Wes to defend him and tells Wes that he has nothing to hide. Wes believes this as do some others, though Glitsky realizes that Mark is guilty and sets out trying to prove it. Mark's lack of conscience is such that he plans the murders of his wife and best friend without any feelings of remorse. Mark believes...

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