The Whistler - Chapters 32-34 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 32, Lacy received the information she had requested by subpoena from McDover’s office. There was little included that was not public record.

As McDover admired the collection she had put together in the vault of her condo, she was beginning to feel the beginning of panic. Dubose tried to convince McDover they should not be nervous but McDover was worried because she had been accused of wrong doing. After McDover fumed and threatened to resign, Dubose told her that the complaint against her would be dropped because Myers had disappeared. McDover thought he had been killed but Dubose convinced her that he was only on the run.

Dubose pointed an accusing finger at McDover and asked her if she had leaked anything that could have alerted Myers to what was happening. McDover told Dubose that Phyllis was obsessed with security and...

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