Over the Edge - Chapter 26, 27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 26, 27 Summary

In chapter twenty-six, Alex and Milo examine the book they find on Radovic's boat. The book is a diary written by Black Jack Cadmus, Jamey's grandfather. Most of the content describes Jack's business life and the current deals he has in the works. The one of interest to this case is the Bitter Canyon deal, which Jack describes in great detail.

The diary tells that a man named Hornburgh, from the army, approaches Jack and is eager to have him buy the Canyon; however, Jack is suspicious of their zealousness to get him to buy the land. He speculates that there must be some problem with the canyon and on one of his trips he spots a man, Kaltenblud, which he recognizes as a poison gas expert on the round-up list for Nuremberg.

The government had set Kaltenblud up with a lab, and a lot of poison...

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