Silent Prey - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

John Sandford
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Chapter 32 Summary

Chapter thirty-two wraps up the story. Davenport and O'Dell discuss the Robin Hood case, and O'Dell is pleased Davenport followed his lead and found the answers. Later Davenport is at a restaurant with Fell, who is upset that he is leaving her. Davenport admits he knows she is a Robin Hood, but they think she is an alarm and he likes her too much to turn her in. He cannot trust her, which is why they cannot be together. Davenport threatens to return if anyone harms Lily, and Fell says she will put the word out to her partner, whom Davenport later realizes is her father, a retired cop. Later Davenport says goodbye to Lily, trying to comfort her by telling her she could never have known Kennett was to blame. They say goodbye at the airport, friendship intact.

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