The Firm by John Grisham book summary

Chapter Thirty-Six

73 432 How does Mitch astound Laycock and Nokes when they ask him a series of security questions? Mitch astounds them by being able to provide the complicated and precise answers that they require from memory alone.
74 434 Mitch’s plans of escape are complicated when his brother is accused of a new crime, supposedly committed since he escaped prison. Why was Ray a prime suspect in this case? He was the prime suspect because he was an escaped convict who had previously been convicted of murder. Further, he was known to be in the vicinity when the offence occurred. The police simply “put two and two together” and placed Ray in the frame.

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