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Starbuck describes how he gave Mary Kathleen's maiden name to the paramedics treating her, since announcing the death of Mrs. Jack Graham would create, in his words, "an avalanche." He goes on to say that this "was not cunning ... as some people have said. It was my natural awe of an avalanche." After Mary Kathleen's body is taken away, Starbuck returns to the Arapahoe, his pockets full of documents (including the will) taken from Mary Kathleen. He finds that Leen has left him a message offering him a job running a division of RAMJAC that now includes the New York Times (where, it must be remembered, Starbuck's son works). The next day, Starbuck arranges for Mary Kathleen's body to be buried under her original name - and reveals that he had concealed Mary Kathleen's will in a safety deposit box, was caught, and is about to go...

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