Running Blind - Chapters 16-20 Summary & Analysis

Lee Child
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Chapters 16-20 Summary

Blake informs Reacher that he and Harper will be going to Oregon to see Rita Scimeca. She lives outside Portland, and has a brand new washing machine, still sealed in the carton, in her garage. The remaining seven women on the list of possible victims have all received the same delivery. Harper and Reacher set off at once. Along the drive, Reacher opens up about his wanderlust, and the difficulty he is having living in one place. Harper wonders what he will do, but he does not know. The two also discuss the case, and Reacher's belief that the FBI is completely wrong about the killer's motive. He refuses to elaborate, telling Harper he will discuss it when they are back in Quantico with the other investigators.

At Scimeca's house, Reacher greets her, and Rita lets them in, reluctantly. Having been raped by three men...

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