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I recently finished reading The Fallen Angel and in the article of Paola Andreatti, the twin sister of Claudia Andreatti, it was listed she was deceased, however at the end of the book when Carlo plummets down to his death, Gabriel seizes Paola and closes her ears so she cannot hear the thud of his body.Later General Ferrari escorts to the outer terrace, to safety, if I am not mistaken.