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The Abduction Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Twenty-Three Summary

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Chapter Twenty-Three Summary

Aiden races after the Tiger Woods clown, attempting to stop her and recover the $2 million. Because she is wearing skates, Tiger Woods finds she cannot get away as quickly as she had planned. Richie appears beside Aiden and asks him how he can help. Surprised but glad to have any help he can get, Aiden describes the woman clown who stole the drop bag of money. Richie spots her and points her out. They catch up to Tiger Woods and a tug of war for the bag ensues. When cops see the fight and make their way over, Tiger Woods releases the money and races away, intent on escaping. She narrowly does so.

Chapter Twenty-Three Analysis

The conflict between Aiden and Richie is resolved in Chapter Twenty-Three. And is often the case in such internal struggles, the climatic resolution is externalized into action, not words...

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