The Poet - Chapters 30-39 Summary & Analysis

Michael Connelly
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Chapters 30-39 Summary

Chapter 30: There is a meeting between the FBI agents and local law enforcement. During the short meeting it is clear that Thorson is upset about Walling's rendezvous with Jack. Walling, Jack and agent Thompson are sent to the Orsulak crime scene. The author details the crime scene and discusses possibilities surrounding Orsulak's death.

Walling interviews two brothers nearby and gets nothing out of the deal but a stolen car stereo. The stereo had been stolen from a Hertz rental car and it is suspected that the car was used by the Poet.

Chapter 31: Thorson calls Jack's room in the morning and asks for Rachel. Jack stalls not sure what to do. Rachel takes the phone and learns that there is a story in the LA Times about the Poet and Jack must be questioned. Greg Glenn calls and is furious about...

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