Stephen Coonts' Deep Black - Chapter 51-60 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 51-60 Summary

Karr talks to the CIA officer sitting outside LaFoote's house before he enters. He looks through a window and sees franc notes and papers strewn around the room. He goes in and finds LaFoote's body. He looks for the CDs, in spite of the Art Room telling him to leave because one of LaFoote's relatives is entering the house. He finds an envelop addressed to a priest, takes it, and exits via a window.

There is a meeting in the White House situation room. They are discussing the stolen car ring run by Mussa Duoar. They know his family was involved in the Algerian independence movement. The Eiffel Tower is to France what the World Trade Center was to America. They are debating whether or not to inform the French, and there are questions about the credibility of the information. They...

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