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As Langdon does this, he quickly brushes the spent bullet shell in the doorsill. Vernet struggles to close the door after he retrieves the box, which will not close because of the shell. Langdon kicks the door, knocking Vernet to the ground. Sophie and Langdon retrieve the box and speed away, leaving Vernet stranded.
As Aringarosa heads to Paris, he becomes worried that he has not spoken with the Teacher. His cell phone is not receiving service; however, he thinks the Teacher might think he took the money and ran.
In this section we learn more about the folklore surrounding the Grail. Anticipation builds as Sophie and Langdon believe they have the keystone in their hands.
Vernet is an unpredictable character, switching between helping Sophie and Langdon and trying to apprehend them. His motives are unclear--is he merely concerned about the bankís reputation? Or is he more deeply involved in the plot? Characters like this are typical in mystery novels because they build suspense and keep the readerís attention.
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