Silent Prey - Chapter 28 and Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

John Sandford
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Chapter 28 and Chapter 29 Summary

Chapter twenty-eight picks up with Lily right after the call from Davenport, and she confronts O'Dell with the evidence against him, namely the ticket vouchers for Cornell Reed with O'Dell's signature. After Lily informs him about the two Robin Hoods that showed up at Bekker's apartment, O'Dell asks her to run Copland, O'Dell's driver, against Kennett. They discover that Copland and O'Dell have a history and Copland probably planted a bug somewhere in the office or the car. Kennett has been listening to everything they say, and that is how Robin Hood's people keep getting inside information. Lily tells O'Dell to cut Kennett out of the loop, though she is extremely upset.

In chapter twenty-nine, the final confrontation happens between the NYPD and Bekker. Bekker begins to cry as he leans over the dying Bridget Land and hears footsteps...

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