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A Time to Kill Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

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Chapter 6 Summary

K.T. "Cat" Bruster is the only one-eyed black millionaire in Memphis. He owns a string of strip clubs, a block of rental property and two churches, all legal. He keeps the locals and their elected politicians happy with his generosity. Law enforcement has never been able to convict him of selling women, cocaine, credit cards, stolen goods and other sundries. He left his eye in a rice paddy in Vietnam, and the wounded soldier who carried him out was none other than Carl Lee Hailey. The hashish he brought back to Memphis from 'Nam bought him a saloon from which he started his string of black topless joints. Above one of his clubs, in the roughest section of Memphis, he has his office.

At the "Brown Sugar," Carl Lee and Lester are ushered upstairs to a gaudy, closely guarded office. Cat enters and bear hugs Carl...

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