Black House: A Novel - Part 1: Chapter 4; Part 2: Chapter 5-6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1: Chapter 4; Part 2: Chapter 5-6 Summary

Chapter four describes when Jack Sawyer was still a detective with the L.A.P.D. and began to have odd visions and erratic behavior. He believes this to be stress from the gruesome nature of his job. He has money left to him from his deceased parents and decides to retire. When The Kinderling case had taken Jack to French Landing he decided he would retire there. Dale Gilbertson sold his father's house to Jack Sawyer. The house is secluded and gives Jack his desired solitude. Although Dale had asked a time or two, Jack never talked much about his past other than his parents were in the entertainment industry. Now, three years later in French Landing the visions that Jack has are growing steadily worse. He refers to them as "waking dreams" and...

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