Term Limits - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Vince Flynn
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Chapter 5 Summary

This chapter begins to follow the assassins and their activities. In this chapter, a group of assassins begins executing prominent politicians. The first victim is Senator Daniel Fitzgerald. When he arrives home, the intruder is waiting. He attacks the senator and breaks his neck with one quick movement.

Jack Koslowski's murder is more complicated. A second assassin drugs the owner of the home directly across from Koslowski's. He also drugs the owner's dog, a German Shepherd named Fritz, in order to gain access to the home. The killer and his team of accomplices go to great pains to avoid killing the dog or the neighbor, a retired banker named Harold Burmiester. Once the man and dog are unconscious, the assassin gets into position and waits. He can see directly into Koslowski's home from the window. When Koslowski awakens the next morning and stands in front of his...

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