Black House: A Novel - Part 2: Chapter 7-9 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapter 7-9 Summary

Chapter seven focuses on Henry Leyden. Henry, as Symphonic Stan, one of Henry's many radio personalities, is in the process of playing the music for the Maxton Elder Care Facility. While Henry is at the record station he hears Charles Burnside being rude to Alice. Charles begins to talk nonsense about a king that is coming and leaves the party.

As chapter eight begins, Henry is on break from the Strawberry Fest and calls Jack. Henry tells Jack that it doesn't matter why he doesn't want to be involved in the case but that Jack needs to help the police. Henry explains that Jack's involvement will, if nothing else, calm those in the town. Shortly after Henry's call Jack gets another phone call from Chief of Police Dale confirming the bike found was Tyler Marshal's. Tyler's father, Fred, is...

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