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Mar 25, 8:58pm Top

Why do you think Stone put his hand in the collar? Did you think they could trust Seagraves’ men?

Mar 25, 9:08pm Top

to calm Caleb

Mar 25, 11:43pm Top

I thought he did it to keep Caleb from stressing out.

Mar 26, 7:16am Top

He did it for Caleb.

Mar 26, 2:31pm Top

Agree, for Caleb.

Mar 26, 4:52pm Top

'For Caleb' seems a good reason, though I personally hadn't worked out what he had to gain by it.

Mar 26, 5:31pm Top

>6 Sergeirocks: I think Stone thought he had at best a 50/50 chance of getting the collar off...and Caleb more than likely knowing Stone so well...had a lot of faith that Stone indeed could do this...and if he didn't, Stone knew that Caleb wouldn't die alone.

Mar 27, 12:25am Top

Why don't I recall this happening, did I miss a page? Uh-oh... Sigh...

Mar 27, 6:34am Top

>8 jodiesohl: It was when he found Caleb in the park on the National Mall with the collar locked on his neck. I have a paperback and it's in chapter 64 starting on page 472.

Mar 28, 4:22pm Top

>9 Carol420: I am always so impressed when people can go back and find something in a book. I can never do that. I'm going to reread that part. Thanks Carol :)

Mar 28, 6:32pm Top

>9 Carol420: You're welcome.


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