The Whistler - Chapters 29-31 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 29, Lacy agreed to a dinner date with Pacheco. She did not do so because she was hoping it would help improve the odds that the FBI would join the BJC in its investigation. At dinner they shared the typical talk and familiarized themselves with each other until Pacheco asked about Lacy’s visit to Junior. She told him that Short, one of the witnesses had decided to recant his testimony, a move that might give Junior a new trial. At her apartment, Pacheco told Lacy that the FBI was close to beginning an investigation. Luna was more interested since Myers’ disappearance. He told her that if she could give them anything else that it might convince Luna, as well as their head, to start a file.

In Chapter 30, Wilton arranged a meeting between Gritt and Lacy at a doctor’s office...

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