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Plum Island - Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5-6 Summary

John leaves the group and goes to the room where the Gordons' home computer was kept. There is a county officer working on it, and he allows John to take the financial printouts to the next room to study them. John passes the bookshelves where there are some sailing and boating books, and remembers that the Gordons did not fish or swim, just liked to drive the boat fast. He pulls down a book of navigational charts and finds a number written on the bottom of one of the pages: 44106818. He asks the forensics officer, Sally Hines, to check the book for prints. She mentions that whoever murdered the Gordons was probably wearing gloves. John reminds her to get prints from the two government officials in the kitchen.

John walks outside near the dock and is tired, so he sits down...

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