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The Abduction Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Fourteen Summary

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Chapter Fourteen Summary

Meg fashions a rescue help note by using an old piece of paper she finds inside the warehouse and some old cigarette butts. By grinding the leftover tobacco out of the cigarette ends, Meg creates a small pile of dirty filings. She scratches a help note using a dull point into the paper and then sprinkles the dirty powder of tobacco dust onto the paper. She blows away the tobacco dust, leaving a perfect negative letter written in reverse for any would-be helper to read.

She has a conversation while alone with Mickey Mouse. She senses Mickey is very naive. She tells him from her own experience in dealing with the law and being in jail? Mickey wouldn't last ten minutes in jail. She basically intones Mickey should give up his kidnapping of her while he still has a chance to avoid doing hard time...

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