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The Last Juror Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapter 39 Summary

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Part 3, Chapter 39 Summary

The story of the murdered jurors attracted the attention of the Memphis and Jackson newspapers, and they sent reporters to Clanton. As Willie sat and talked with them, he thought how strange it was that they were working for big papers, making about $40,000 a year, while he worked for a small paper and could walk away with a million dollars.

Willie was summoned to Miss Callie's house. She told him that the two murdered jurors have something in common; they voted against the death penalty. The third juror who voted against the death penalty was Maxine Root. Willie found Harry Rex and discussed the new information with him. He also talked to the Sheriff about whether this was a pattern or a coincidence.

Part 3, Chapter 39 Analysis

The suspense of the shootings continues, although we are provided with more clues in this chapter. Willie finds out...

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