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A Salty Piece of Land Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9 Summary

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Chapter 9 Summary

"Fish Tales"

Tully isn't sure what to make of Donna Kay's return to his life. He feels guilty about not showing up to meet her in Belize and he dreads the fact that Donna Kay may have shown up for revenge.

At dinner, Sammy Raye entertains the table, distracting Donna Kay and Tully. They all drink wine and savor dinner. After hearing about the story of Tex Sex and Lost Boys, Sammy Raye declares that Tex is gay, which no one else believes. Donna Kay explains that Sammy Raye thinks everyone is gay. While laughing, Tully starts choking on a carrot stick. Everyone thinks he's just laughing until, finally, someone grabs him and gives him the Heimlich. Tully turns around to see that it is Willie Singer.

Willie is a distant cousin of Sammy Raye's. Since one of Sammy Raye's pilots was ill, Sammy called Willie to...

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