Stephen Coonts' Deep Black - Chapter 61-70 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 61-70 Summary

Mussa Duoar parks the van in the garage of a rented house. He checks the new AOL messenger service he obtained for the situation. There is one message that says yes. This means that the brothers will be ready to proceed the next day.

Karr returns to LaFoote's cottage to search again for information. He waits for the priest to finish mass and then goes to talk to him. The priest gives him an envelop that he had received from LaFoote. The envelop contains Vefoures bank records, which show regular deposits made through wire transfers. There is another account which just as the name P. Karr checks the NSA computers and find the name on the account is Jacques Ponclare.

Donohue has killed a woman living in an apartment near Ponclare's DST office. He returns the next day to set up...

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