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The Fencing Master Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter VII, pages 181-200 Summary

Arturo Pérez-Reverte
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Chapter VII, pages 181-200 Summary

Campillo and Don Jaime discuss matters in Campillo's office. Campillo says that he believes the body was not thrown into the river until this morning, but he does not know why the body was removed from the residence. At Dona Adela's residence there was blood and signs of a fight. Campillo shows Don Jaime a ring, and Don Jaime identifies it as one worn by Dona Adela.

Campillo asks Don Jaime if he knows of any enemies of Dona Adela, and he asks Don Jaime to return the following morning for more questions. Don Jaime asks if he is a suspect, and Campillo says not really, but Don Jaime is the only person that knew both of the victims. He tells Don Jaime not to leave Madrid and to be available for more questioning.

Outside the police office, Don Jaime feels...

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