Wild Justice - Section 8: Pages 241 - 273 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 8: Pages 241 - 273 Summary

Thirty miles from Dublin, in the small village of Wicklow hills, a man approaches the store. Known to the shopkeepers as Mr. Barry, his cover is that of a writer. Two men are staying in the old Manse, and their job is simply to keep M.J. under wraps. The former doctor is older, and though no longer practicing, knows M.J. is suffering from sepsis and needs antibiotics. He is the one who removed her finger, and has no desire to do the hand.

Sir Steven Stride offers a reward, and 148 claims of responsibility have been received. While Peter is talking to the Inspector, receiving news that unless they hear something soon they have to assume she's dead, a call comes into the switchboard, telling them that Gilly O'Shaughnessy has her and is holding her at Laragh in...

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