Trace - Chapters 31 - 40 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 31 - 40 Summary

Chapter 31: Scarpetta lets her engine run for a moment as she stares through the rain at Suzanna Paulsson's house, thinking about Marino. "What he told her was more than he thinks. What she saw was worse than he knows. He may not believe he told her every detail, but he told her plenty." (pg. 262) She is also angrier than Marino realizes and Mrs. Paulsson is about to get a taste of Scarpetta's anger. She stands in the rain and knocks firmly on the door. The lights are on and Mrs. Paulsson's mini-van is in the drive. She dials the house number on her cell phone and knocks again. She calls two more times, finally speaks to the answering machine and identifies herself. Mrs. Paulsson comes to the door, pretending to be surprised that it's Scarpetta who has been knocking. She invites...

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