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Killing Floor Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 27 Summary

Lee Child
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Chapter 27 Summary

Getting back to Hubble's, Jack hunted down the necessities to make coffee, put his clothes in a dryer and took a shower. When he got out, he debated what to do. He sat looking at the titles of the many periodicals Hubble read. No complete series existed, but there were banking and financial periodicals dated long after his job there had ended. Looking through Hubble's books, Jack's eyes settle on a thick volume by Kelstein and Bartholomew. Surprised he takes it down and begins to read. Slowly he puts it all together in his mind. It all makes sense to him now and he knows what Joe had figured out. His list title - out of the one come many, gave part of it away, but having Joe's list wash away in the chlorine pool helped push him to his conclusion. Excited, he gets dressed and drives...

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