The Amber Room - Study Guide Part 3: Chapters 40 - 42 Summary & Analysis

Steve Berry (novelist)
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In Chapters 40 and 41, Paul and Rachel examine Wayland's letters to investors. They decide Wayland's letter is ambiguous rather than fraudulent. He did not pay himself upfront, and only used the funds to pay Grumer, secure permits, and dig. Meanwhile, Suzanne (as Margarethe) and Grumer search the Cutlers' room and find nothing.

Chapter 41 begins with Knoll, Monika, and Fellner discussing Suzanne and Loring. Since 1957, there have been a string of deaths of reporters, investigators, and police investigators looking for the Amber Room. While Josef Loring, Ernst's secretive father, loved amber, the group is unsure of Ernst's interest in the Amber Room. It is weird the Suzanne is now trying to kill Christian and pay five million euros for information. Fellner gives Christian the permission to "handle the situation at will."

Chapter 42 begins with Wayland McKoy addressing the fifty-six investors that traveled to Germany to...

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