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The Pelican Brief Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 32-36 Summary

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Chapters 32-36 Summary

Shaw investigates the law firms Mattiece uses, searching for Garcia. She phones Grantham at the Post, and he warns her that his home phone is probably bugged and he is being followed. Shaw knows she should flee instead of helping Grantham. After hanging up, she's shocked to see Stump limp by.

Croft finds Garcia and informs Grantham, who approaches the man he thinks is Garcia, David M. Underwood. However, the man informs Grantham he's made a mistake, and Grantham leaves.

Feldman says there is enough information for a big Times scoop over the weekend, but Callahan pushes for holding off, as he's promised Shaw that he will not write the story until Mattiece can be named. The editors fume about losing the story until Feldman decides that if the Times runs something in the morning, they will decide how to react. Otherwise, Grantham will investigate...

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