Term Limits - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

Vince Flynn
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Chapter 20 Summary

Michael finally meets with the "friend" he has been discussing with Seamus. The man is Scott Coleman, a former Navy SEAL and the brother of Mark Coleman, Michael's best friend who was murdered. Michael and Scott have become good friends since Mark's death. Michael worries that Coleman may be involved in the killings. The year before, on a hunting trip, Michael told Coleman that Fitzgerald was responsible for the information leak that led to the deaths of eight of Coleman's men in Libya. Erik Olson had been the one who told Michael about Fitzgerald. Now Fitzgerald was dead.

When Michael asks him about the murders, Scott admits nothing. He says, however, that he thinks the killings might not be over, since it does not look like the President and his staff have gotten the message yet. Michael tells him that he thinks the assassins should stop killing...

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