A Thief of Time: A Novel - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Harrison Houk thinks about all of the things he has learned from Leaphorn and Chee's visit. While he is pondering the matter, he sees a car nearing his house. When he notices the car, Houk immediately knows that he is in danger. The car is still far away because Houk's property is so large. He writes a note for his domestic servant, telling her that he will be in the barn when she arrives. And then he goes to the barn to try to find a hiding place. He moves bales of hay in an effort to create a hole where he can hide. Houk doesn't finish building the hiding places. He stops and thinks. Rather than continuing to try to hide, Houk instead decides to accept the danger but to leave a clue for the police. He hurriedly writes a note. So that the arriving person...

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