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And now, with one semester to go, Mark was staring miserably at the reality of graduating with a combined total, undergrad and law school, principal and interest, of $266,000 in debt.”
-- Narrator (Chapter 1)

Importance: One of the things distressing Mark is the amount of student loan debt he has hanging over his head as he finishes his last semester of law school. He is additionally distressed because he does not think the job he has been offered if he passes the bar exam is secure.

Gordy’s in trouble, Mark. He’s been sliding for several weeks and he needs our help.”
-- Todd (Chapter 2)

Importance: Todd tells Mark their friend Gordy needs their help because he has stopped taking his medication for bipolar disorder. It is when they try to confront Gordy about his mental and emotional status that he shares with them the information that he has been collecting on Rackley, the man who has part...

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