Murder List - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Julie Garwood
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Chapter 4 Summary

By the end of the week, Regan is caught up on her paperwork and able to get back to doing the job she loves so well. She is the administrator of the Hamilton Foundation, a philanthropic trust set up by her grandmother. It is a small trust but one which supports many schools and community centers. She is hoping to convince Aiden to increase her funding for the coming year so that she can expand her programs even further.

Henry Portman, Regan's assistant, is waiting in her office. He tells her he has been receiving calls from a man named Peter Morris. The Hamilton Foundation gave him a grant a year earlier but denied his re-application because he misused the original funds.

Morris has called Henry numerous times, insisting there must be a mistake and that his renewal should be granted. Having gotten...

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