A Thief of Time: A Novel - Chapters 14 & 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 14 & 15 Summary

Chapter 14 begins with Leaphorn on the return flight to the southwest. He thinks about what little he learned in New York, and he wonders what Chee has learned in his absence. Leaphorn thinks about Chee as a person. He believes Chee is too much of a romantic, too much of a dreamer, for police work. Leaphorn believes that Chee is foolish to try to stick to the old Navajo ways because, according the Leaphorn's way of thinking, the entire Navajo population cannot survive without adopting modern ways.

The following morning Leaphorn awakes at his residence in Window Rock, and during breakfast he receives a telephone call informing him that a police officer from Utah has come to meet with him about a recent homicide. On the way to police headquarters to meet the policeman from Utah, Leaphorn assumes that someone had found Dr. Friedman's body.

When Leaphorn...

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