Killing Floor - Study Guide Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

Lee Child
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Jack realizes that the men with the rubber overshoes and rubber gloves had come to take them out, and missed. Roscoe looks rattled and Jack knows she needs courage so he tells her he wishes he had been there when they came. After killing three, the fourth would have talked he assures her, giving her his best marine melting stare. He needs her to be confident, and slowly he sees the courage returning. Jack tells her to pack a bag.

Kliner's name keeps coming up, and money must be involved since Joe worked for the Treasury Department the last time Jack saw him. Finlay calls Washington, and talks to Molly Beth Gordon at the Treasury Department. She will talk only talk to Jack. Roscoe asks if Jack needs anything and he tells her he'd like a copy of the arrest warrant for Sherman Stoller from two years...

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