A Coffin for Dimitrios - Chapter 8, Grodek Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8, Grodek Summary

The next morning, Latimer examines the papers that Peters has left him. He wonders who Peters is and why he knows a former spy, and he recriminates himself for his poor handling of the situation the previous night. He wishes he had used violence to force information out of the man. As Latimer is wondering about Peters, he realizes that Dimitrios was murdered. Perhaps Peters is the murderer. Still, he cannot envision Peters stabbing someone and has no real evidence. Further, he cannot fathom where a million francs comes into the picture. Latimer wonders whether to give up his pursuit of Dimitrios or go to Geneva. He makes his mind up to stop his obsession and get back to his detective stories, but then he begins to inquire about traveling to Geneva.

In Geneva, Latimer meets with Grodek at his expensive...

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