The Poet - Chapters 20-29 Summary & Analysis

Michael Connelly
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Chapters 20-29 Summary

Walling's bluffs are not very convincing and Jack knows that he holds the upper hand. Walling begins to tell Jack about the case and the suspicion that Jack would attempt to get a copy of the protocols. Jack was found out when a page of his notebook was found in the file room.

Ford had contacted Walling about the meeting with Jack and Warren. Walling was preparing to do a search when she noticed that a search was already being conducted by Warren. Warren was confronted by Walling and Ford and promptly resigned from the public affairs office.

Walling asks Jack how he knew she was bluffing. Jack says that the only person who knew where he was staying was Warren. There were many other factors, such as the lack of hand cuffs, partner, etc.

The pair discusses their information and...

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