Total Control - Chapters 30-37 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 30-37 Summary

During his visit with Sidney, Sawyer reveals that the plane was sabotaged and that he is aware that Jason's purpose for travel was not a job interview. Sidney admits this much but insists she does not know why he was traveling either. Sawyer does not reveal that Jason is alive, nor does Sidney admit her knowledge of the same. As Chapter 30 ends, Sawyer places 24-hour surveillance on Sidney. Another puzzle piece is inserted in Chapter 31 with a meeting between Phillip Goldman, Tyler Stone's partner, and his largest client, Alan Porcher, president of RTG. Porcher is concerned that Triton is openly accusing RTG of espionage but is reassured by Goldman that it will come to nothing. The critical point of this meeting is to inform Porcher of Triton's latest offer for CyberCom, so that RTG can trump the offer in advance. Goldman...

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