Naked in Death - Study Guide Chapters 14-15 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter fourteen, Dallas goes to get a profile of the killer from Dr. Mira to help prove Roarke's innocence. The profile clears Roarke, but by the time Dallas gets it to her commander, Roarke has already arrived for interrogation. Dallas interrogates him herself, asking about his habits in buying his guns. Roarke insists he always bids on the guns in person or by tele-link, again proving he could not have bought this particular gun because the gun was bought via electronic bid. Feeney confirms this information with the auction house. Dallas tells Roarke he is free to go. Roarke becomes angry and demands to know how Dallas could doubt his innocence. Feeney interferes, forcing Roarke to back off of Dallas. Feeney then pulls Roarke aside and tells him how hard Dallas fought to prove his innocence. Roarke comes to Dallas's apartment that night and...

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