Recoil - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

James Thompson
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Chapter 28 Summary

Pat explains that he has realized for some time that Doc's wife as Madeline and not Lila. Doc then explains to Pat his various schemes. In addition to the textbook scheme, Doc has arranged for ten large life insurance policies on his own life; the policies were arranged by Hardesty and will benefit Madeline. Doc intends to simply vanish and frame Pat for the murder. Madeline will then receive the insurance payouts, assisted by Hardesty, and the three will split the huge money reward. Doc also explains that he recently killed Eggleston for attempting blackmail - Eggleston had discovered that Lila was not Doc's legal wife. Doc concludes by noting that, unfortunately, Pat was implicated in Eggleston's murder. The authorities will soon be looking for Pat and thus to conclude his own private scheme before Pat was arrested Doc exposed Arnholt and concluded all of his nefarious...

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