The Woman Who Lost Her Soul - Book 1, 1998/1996, Part 1 – Chapters 1 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Bob Shacochis
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Prologue (1998) – At home with his wife, reunited after two years of spending time in Haiti “during the final days of the occupation”, human rights lawyer Tom Harrington considers how much, if anything, to tell his wife about the female photojournalist he was obsessed with in the latter days of his visit there.

Chapter 1 (1998) – About a month after his return, a chance encounter at his daughter’s school connects Harrington with Conrad Dolan, a retired special agent and now hostage negotiator who wants Harrington’s help in solving a crime in Haiti. Dolan’s client is a shady businessman accused of killing his wife to gain the money from the life insurance policy he had on her. Harrington agrees to go to Haiti and assist Dolan with the investigation, but it’s only when they’re on their way that Dolan tells...

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