Running Blind - Chapers 26-31 Summary & Analysis

Lee Child
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Chapers 26-31 Summary

Leighton comes to the hotel room and tells Reacher and Harper about his night of investigation. He had tried to cross reference LaSalle's down time with the dates of the murders. In order to do so, he needed the list of women. As it turns out, the FBI had come to the Army about a month earlier and requested a list of women that had left the Army after filing sexual harassment complaints. The Army did not have a list, and rather than troll through records for weeks on end, someone had contacted one of the women, Alison Lamarr. Alison had provided the list herself. Many of the women had formed a support network amongst themselves. Leighton also tells the pair that the investigation of LaSalle's whereabouts during the murders is pointless. LaSalle had served in Desert Storm and had been injured. The Colonel could...

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