Killing Floor - Study Guide Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

Lee Child
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Stunned they leaned against Roscoe's fender in the parking lot. Finlay wants to stay behind and help but Jack drags him out. In the station again, Jack shows Finlay the printout. Finlay catches the backwards motto as well. They know that their best bet is to find Gray's files. They go down to the file room, and find the meticulous records Gray kept. The file on Kliner is not there. In the space for Kliner is a file load of random reports. Jack realizes Gray wouldn't have given a personal weapon to Roscoe. It could only have been an excuse. She gets the box from her desk, and Jack opens it, and finds a key carefully concealed between layers of the lid. Jack remembers what the barbers told him. Gray was the only white customer they had for years. They hurry to the barbershop and Jack holds...

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