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Plum Island - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3-4 Summary

It is Monday night, and John has changed clothes and is at the Olde Towne Taverne, his favorite hangout in North Fork. Detective Elizabeth Penrose joins him. After another adversarial conversation, Elizabeth tells him to be at her office the next morning at 9:00 am. After awhile, she returns, telling him she is going back to the scene of the crime to meet with someone from the Department of Agriculture. She asks if John would like to come along, and suggests they start their relationship over. John agrees to meet her there. John finishes his meal, thinking that his reactions to Elizabeth's body are a good sign his health is returning. John also thinks about Tom and Judy Gordon, and what could have made them murder victims. He is reminded that these people were government workers at a highly secret installation, and...

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