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Plum Island Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 30-33 Summary

Nelson Demille
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Chapters 30-33 Summary

John tells Beth the method of his investigations, fleshing out his theory about the treasure of Captain Kidd being found on Plum Island, with the help of Tobin. Tobin encouraged the Gordons to buy the land on the bluff and relocate the treasure there so they would not have to pay taxes or turn it over to the federal authorities. As they are talking, the front edge of a hurricane is reaching their shores. John is convinced Tobin is the murderer and that Stevens is an accomplice. Instead of going to Manhattan, as he was supposed to do, John takes Beth with him to find Tobin.

In Chapter 31, John and Beth go to Tobin's office and John breaks in. They find a treasure map that shows the treasure is buried on Tobin's house property. They realize he never planned for the Gordons to put the...

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