The Big Sleep - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

Marlowe walks back into Brody's apartment, since he is still has a few questions. Marlowe asks Brody how he got the photo and the negatives, but Brody is very cagey. Finally, Brody gets fed up and tells Marlowe to leave; however, he changes his mind when Marlowe mentions that there could be a couple of murders pinned on him.

With this new information, Brody is much more willing to talk. He admits that he was watching Geiger's house, but he never entered it. Brody had noticed a Buick registered to Vivian Regan sitting outside the house; the same Buick that was found in the water off of Lido pier. Thus, when he saw Owen come running out of the house, Brody followed him and pulled him over as though he were a policeman. Brody hit him on the head with a sap in...

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