The Pelican Brief - Chapters 26-31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26-31 Summary

Voyles learns Verheek had been murdered. East has learned that Verheek was snooping around on the pelican brief, trying to bring in the girl that called him. Voyles figures the girl is dead, but has ordered agents to find her if possible. The FBI will investigate, crack the case, get indictments, and be heroes; if the press gets wind, Voyles will make sure the country learns about the cover-up of a presidential pal. If the man behind the murders is indeed Mattiece, it will be a difficult task.

Meanwhile, Coal and Barr talk about Grantham. They must determine what he knows and how. Barr has bugged the car phone but not the apartment, and his Post phone is impossible.

Trope of the FBI and Booker of the CIA meet again. The CIA has lost Shaw. Booker mentions Mattiece. Had Mattiece not started killing people, the...

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