Term Limits - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

Vince Flynn
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Chapter 32 Summary

Nance meets with Arthur and tells him he is concerned that the FBI knows there is a second group of killers. He worries that Garret might talk under pressure. He tells Arthur that when McMahon played the tape at their meeting, Garret acted suspiciously. He also points out that Stansfield noticed his odd behavior and started watching him intently. Arthur reassures Nance that the murders cannot be traced back to them. Nance protests, saying that Stansfield might figure out that Arthur had a motive to kill Olson and pressure Garret to admit who else is involved in order to save himself. Arthur analyzes the problem, and tells Nance to tell Garret that he will have him killed if he says anything.

Meanwhile, Michael, Coleman, and the rest of the team are hiding at the edge of the grounds. O'Rourke recognizes Nance and wonders why he would be...

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