Stephen Coonts' Deep Black - Chapter 41-50 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 41-50 Summary

The two men who arrived are talking and the Art Room identifies one as Arab. The men find a strongbox full of money and leave with it. After chipping through a wall, they find three CDs. LaFoote gives one of them to Karr and tells him he will have the other two and the information on the Austrian bank account when he finds Vefoures. Karr discusses the situation with the Art Room while he is away from LaFoote. They think the chemist was paid by a terrorist group to work on explosives and then left the area. Karr also learns that Pontclare's father was in the French Foreign Service and involved with the Algerian uprising.

Karr tries to get more information about Vefoures from LaFoote, like who would he work for. LaFoote says that he wouldn't have anything to do with...

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