Silent Prey - Chapter 30 and Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

John Sandford
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Chapter 30 and Chapter 31 Summary

In chapter thirty, Lily is dealing with the repercussions and personal realization that Kennett is Robin Hood. She recalls their pillow talk and all the information he probably gleaned from her. She thinks Kennett used information gathered from her to kill Walter Perry.

In chapter thirty-one, Lily goes to the river to confront Kennett. She accuses him of sleeping with her to get information, though he denies it and says he is falling in love with her. He admits that he underestimated Davenport, thinking him a small-town cop and in no way competition for New York cops. Kennett says he had to kill Walt because of the information he kept finding through the computers. He tries to convince Lily they are doing good as Robin Hood by taking dangerous people off the streets forever, but she cannot get over...

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