Killing Floor - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

Lee Child
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Chapter 32 Summary

Knowing that the best time to attack is four a.m., Jack wants to hole up somewhere for a while. He's sure that the hostages are being held at the warehouse, having taken note of the booming quality of the tape they had played him of Roscoe. The only safe place he can think of is the barbershop, and he pulls the Bentley around behind the store out of sight. They knock on the back door, and it is opened almost right away by the elder barber. Jack asks for his help, and he ushers them in, telling them they've helped many in their time. They are led upstairs to a sparsely furnished, but clean room that Jack feels comfortable in immediately. Hubble draws detailed maps of the warehouse inside and out, and they go over their plan again and again looking for flaws. Then Finlay naps...

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