The Big Sleep - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 Summary

Marlowe leaves his apartment for his office but, as he exits his building, he sees a gray Plymouth outside, waiting for him. It is the same gray Plymouth that was tailing Marlowe earlier, but he still does not know who is in it or what they want so, he gets into his own car, drives to his office and parks. Then, as Marlowe walks by the Plymouth, he jerks the door open in order to find out why the man is tailing him.

The small man waiting in the car pretends not to know anything, so Marlowe simply tells him to come up to his office if he has something to say. After a short time, the small man appears in Marlowe's waiting room.

The man's name is Harry Jones and Agnes sent him to see Marlowe because she has information to sell...

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