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Term Limits Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 26-27 Summary

Vince Flynn
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Chapters 26-27 Summary

Skip McMahon reports to the Turnquist crime scene and summons General Heaney and Dr. Kennedy to join him there. Again, McMahon is impressed by the killers' efficiency. He notes that none of the dead marshals ever reached for their gun, indicating that they were each caught by surprise. Turnquist's body reveals the largest number of gunshot wounds, making it clear that he was the main target. After viewing the bodies, General Heaney and Dr. Kennedy believe more than ever that the assassins are military commandos trained to do exactly what they have just done.

Michael and Liz are having dinner when they learn that another murder has occurred. Michael drives back out to the cabin to meet with Seamus and Scott about the latest killing. The men struggle to determine who could be responsible. Scott is afraid to use any of his contacts for information...

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