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Killing Floor Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 33 Summary

Lee Child
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Chapter 33 Summary

They all get back into Charlie's Bentley and stopping off at the station house for a weapon, Finlay drops a match under the wrecked Bentley still jammed in the middle of the station house. Having created a diversion, they drive to the warehouse complex, and parking far enough away, they walk in quietly. Jack eliminates the one outside guard that turns out to be Baker, hitting him with a sap. Then they crept up the outside fire escape stairs to the office on the second story. Inside, Jack can't believe their luck. The children are sleeping on the floor. Quietly he motions for Finlay and Hubble to each grab a child and take them back to the car. Hubble then stays there while Finlay returns. They do so while Jack surveys the situation below. He can see Charlie and Roscoe shovel dollar bills into boxes, while Kliner...

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