The Firm by John Grisham book summary chapter 11
|46||117||Oliver Lambert gives Mitch some good news, what is this and why was Mitch feeling nervous before he learned what it was?||Lambert informed Mitch that he had not only passed the Bar exam, but scored the highest mark. Mitch had been nervous as Lambert called him to a meeting attended by all of the partners and they each pretended to be about to reprimand Mitch.|
|47||119-120||Over lunch, Mitch is approached by Wayne Terrance who identifies himself as an FBI agent and gives Mitch three pieces of advice. What were these three pieces of advice?||
1. Never trust anyone at the firm.
2. Every word you utter, no matter where you are, is being recorded.
3. Money doesn’t grow on trees.
|48||124||When Mitch discusses his meeting with Terrance with Locke and a number of other partners, he asks them about the deaths of Kozinski and Hodge. He is told that the firm now believed their deaths to be suspicious. Why was this?||They tell Mitch that the native of the islands who was acting as the boat’s captain, and had been killed at the same time as the lawyers, had links with a drug smuggling operation. It was now thought that Kozinski and Hodge were collateral damage in a plot to kill him.|
|49||125||Why does DeVasher think that the FBI selected Mitch to target?||Devasher suggests that this might be a change of strategy and the FBI is now targeting someone who is fresh out of college and likely to be full of ideals and ethics.|