Mallory's Oracle - Chapters 8-9 Summary & Analysis

Carol O'Connell
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Chapters 8-9 Summary

Chapter 8: Once at home, Margot realizes it is time to get rid of the knives. The girl claims that she does not need them any more. Margot is pictured later at a thrift store polishing the knives in a utensil box, alarming one of the customers.

Riker visits Mallory to discuss the case. The deeper Mallory gets into the investigation, the more she becomes "unMallory-like." It started with the murder board, which was askew. As the story goes on, the board becomes messier and messier, which alarms Riker. Control freaks and perfectionists are not messy, especially not ones like Mallory.

The main part of the chapter is taken up with the conversation between Riker and Mallory. The first topic to be broached concerns Redwing. Mallory has been doing surveillance on Redwing even though Mallory is a rookie and it is not wise for her to...

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