The Mark of the Assassin - Part II: November: Chapters 16-21 Summary & Analysis

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Part II: November: Chapters 16-21 Summary

Susanna Dayton, feeling pressure from her editor to find more documentation and evidence to support her suspicions about the Elliot, Vandenberg, and Beckwith connections, has compiled what she believes to be premier piece of journalistic investigation. She has discovered that Elliott had urged Beckwith to remain in politics with the promise of great wealth. To that end, Elliott brokered financial and real estate deals, structured by Sam Braxton. Prior to turning in her piece, Susanna decides to telephone Vandenberg and Elliott for statements. Vandenberg charges her with shoddy journalism, and one of Elliott's aides states that he will get back to her. Elliott, however, directs his assistant, Mark Callahan, to get into Dayton's home and take everything. Susanna leaves for her evening jog, injures her ankle, and returns home, surprising Callahan. Ultimately, as Chapter 16 ends...

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