Written in Bone - Chapter 28 and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28 and Epilogue Summary

In Chapter 28, with the weather finally clear, the mainland police have descended on Runa. The mess is being cleaned up and Hunter can finally leave. After saying goodbye to the (surviving) islanders, Hunter is waiting, along with Brody, for the police helicopter that will take him home. They are chatting, one last time, about the case. Then it dawns on Hunter, after a few verbal slip-ups by Brody, that Brody had been lying to him the whole time. Brody immediately admits to his crimes. After tracking his estranged daughter around the world, he had become convinced that Michael Strachan had murdered her after paying for her services. So he followed Strachan to Runa, moving near him while plotting against him. Brody learned about Strachan's relationship with Janice Donaldson. He found Donaldson, hoping to extract information, but they instead got...

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