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The Abduction Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Six Summary

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Chapter Six Summary

Distraught when the media appears at their doorstep yet again, the Falconers debate what course of action to take. Should they attempt to ignore the throngs of t.v. reporters and cameras? Or should they make a statement about their kidnapped daughter? The local police have urged the Falconers to make a statement, believing the sympathy will help tips and informants come forward to help find Meg. But Aiden is dead set against it, wanting no part of the media nor trusting the outcome. He is overruled by his father.

Before they can speak to the whirring cameras, however, Agent Harris arrives and takes control of the situation. He orders the Falconers back inside and the media types to back off into the public streets and off the Falconers' private residential yard. They comply, grumbling. Inside, Agent Harris tries to convince the Falconers he is...

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