American Fire: Love, Arson, and Life in a Vanishing Land - Chapter 12— Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

Monica Hesse
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The vigilante group, who by this point go by the Eastern Shore Arsonist Hunters, suspect their neighbors in the county, just as their neighbors suspect them. People keep calling the police and reporting each other with a large amount of certainty but never enough proof. After a fire is set in Hopeton, Neal decides to stop by Charlie and Tonya’s house, since he knows them, but does not find out any information.

Bailey has collected more photos, but usually learns nothing. This frustrates him, as he prides himself on his investigative activity. One day, he finally sees a photo of a person taken on one of his cameras— they rush to the scene, though the fire has already been started, and precariously extracts the camera. They find that the person in the photo is a woman in a hoodie.

They also receive...

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