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Naked in Death Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 18-20 Summary

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Chapters 18-20 Summary

In chapter eighteen, Dallas talks with Catherine, learning how she saw Sharon and Senator DeBlass discussing their relationship and how Sharon promised to allow it to continue as long as the senator paid much more than her other clients. Catherine tells how she went to see Sharon in the city shortly before her death and was told she was a coward, that Sharon had found a way to profit from shame. Catherine regrets not coming forward sooner, convinced that if she had, Sharon would still be alive. However, Catherine was afraid of her father and of the shame admitting the truth would bring. Now, Catherine can no longer live with the secrets.

Dallas calls Feeney and learns that not only has he found the diaries, but that the very last entry talks about the senator coming to visit Sharon the same night she died. Dallas...

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