The Boy From the Woods - Part 3: Chapters 38 - 40 Summary & Analysis

Harlan Coben
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In Chapter 38, set three weeks later, Delia met with Hester and told her that doctors had been able to reattach Crash’s finger, but that he had nightmares. The Maynards had decided not to get the police involved. They claimed the severed finger had been a fishing accident. Wilde told Hester, but no one else, who had kidnapped Crash. Hester did not like the way Wilde let Strauss and Chambers get away with working outside the system.

Hester had not been able to work on Raymond’s case because she had a conflict of interest since she had worked for the Maynards. The worst part was that although it appeared the video would destroy Eggers, the line of thinking became that Eggers had not committed a crime because he claimed the murder was done in self-defense. It was also argued that Eggers...

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