A Thief of Time: A Novel - Study Guide Chapters 16 & 17 Summary & Analysis

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The fact that Dr. Friedman-Bernal packed a saddle on the day she disappeared has led Leaphorn back to Bluff, Utah. His first intention is to meet with the person that lent the saddle to Dr. Friedman-Bernal. Leaphorn meets Dr. Arnold, a friendly man who says that he lent Dr. Friedman-Bernal the saddle some time ago, but she had returned it weeks ago and taken Arnold's kayak while he was away from home. Arnold says that Dr. Friedman-Bernal exchanged the saddle for the kayak nearly month prior.

During his visit with Dr. Arnold, Leaphorn learns that Dr. Friedman-Bernal often borrowed the kayak and requested that Arnold meet her and the kayak with his car at a specific location on the river. After meeting with Dr. Arnold, Leaphorn travels to the residence of the late Harrison Houk.

When Leaphorn arrives at the late Harrison Houk's residence, he notices that...

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