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Summary PDF Request permissions. PDF Request permissions. Part I: Part II: Imagining Possibilities: Part III: Characterizing Frank: Part IV: Part V: Part VI: Mattie untangles Urquhart's web and confronts him in the deserted roof garden of the Houses of Parliament.
He commits suicide by jumping to his death. After the initial TV series the author revised the published novel to bring it in line with the UK TV series, in which Urquhart throws Mattie from the roof rather than committing suicide , thus allowing for a continuation of the story.
In , the television series and the novel were the basis for a US television adaptation set in Washington, D. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main articles: TV series. Retrieved 21 March Wobbly Thursday". The Telegraph.
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