The Deep End of the Ocean - Chapters 23 and 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 23 and 24 Summary

Chapter 23

Candy is in deep remorse for missing the clues about Ben, despite the family's assurances of forgiveness. Cecil has been mentally ill for years and George Karras thinks he has legally adopted her child, Sam. She realizes that officers saw Ben when they interviewed Cecil and that the FBI already had her fingerprints, but no one made the connection for nine years. The reunion with Ben is strange, since he does not know his real parents and sees George Karras as his father. Bu it is the best day of Pat's life, and they begin to adjust to calling him "Sam." Cecil is catatonic and unable to speak to police or judges, despite their attempts to make her recall her past.

George, who is heartbroken, tries to help put the pieces together for the Cappadoras, but he loves the beautiful...

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