Kane and Abel - Part 5, 1941-1952, Chapters 25-28 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5, 1941-1952, Chapters 25-28 Summary

Capt. William Kane is injured in the war. Unable to see or hear, he did recognize something familiar about the limping colonel that saved his life. William's initial jobs were mostly observatory until the Americans advanced to cross the Rhine River. William is sent home from the war. The chapter ends with attorney Thomas Cohen calling to wish William a speedy recovery and sharing with him a bit of news that angers William.

Upon his return from the Army in Chapter 26, Abel finds that Zaphia has lost interest in him and shows little interest in his accomplishments or his work. He begins traveling alone, taking only his daughter with him during her school vacations.

Abel talks again with banker Curtis Fenton. Fenton tells him that Matthew's sister Susan might be interested in selling her six percent of shares in Lester, Kane...

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