Playing for the Ashes - Chapters 18-21 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth George
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Chapters 18-21 Summary

Chapter 18. Before going home, Lynley stops by Mrs. Whitelaw's house and asks her about Olivia's suggestion that she was with her mother the night Kenneth was killed. Mrs. Whitelaw admits it is true, saying that she did not mention it to protect Olivia's privacy. The next morning, Lynley reads through all the papers, paying special attention to all the articles and pictures of Jimmy Fleming. Lynley's boss asks if perhaps he should stop releasing information to the press, but Lynley insists it is important to the case. A short time later, Lynley interviews Jimmy again. Later, a lab report reveals that the brand of cigarette used in the crime is different from either Jimmy or his mother's brand.

Chapter 19. The lawyer tells Jean that Jimmy appears to want to talk to the police and that she should try to find out...

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