Killing Floor - Study Guide Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

Lee Child
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Jack quickly discovers that he and Roscoe are not meant to be. It didn't start right away, but the first inkling of trouble begins when Roscoe tells him of her captivity. She had barely finished bring Picard up to speed on the case when he pulled his weapon on her, cuffed her and disarmed her, and then drove her to the warehouse where Charlie is already being held. She had been there several days already, being used as slave labor and cuffed only briefly to the stairs to sleep each night. When Jack had eliminated the four men after him, the labor expected from Charlie and Roscoe doubled. Working alone from then forward, they were not allowed to sleep. They had been in the warehouse the entire time Jack watched from the overpass. When Jack followed the empty truck, they had unloaded it. He apologizes, feeling guilty...

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