The Atlantis Gene - Chapters 20-29 Summary & Analysis

A.G. Riddle
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In Chapter 20, Josh waits in the quiet room for the computer to finish searching. He wants to know whether his theory about the coded message is correct. He keeps an eye on the screens showing the video feed from outside the door and the map showing the red dots representing Clocktower Jakarta's field operatives. Finally a beep sounds and the screen before Josh shows five results. They are obituaries from The New York Times, The Daily Mail in London and The Boston Globe. This was how coded messages had been sent during World War II. The messages had been passed in 1947 so that made the terrorist organization over sixty-five years old. He believed that the New York Times would have been the paper most likely used in 1947. Looking at the obituaries Josh immediately noticed that they contained the words clock and tower. Josh...

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