Blood on the Tracks: A Novel - Chapters 4 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Barbara Nickless
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In Chapter 4, in a clip from Parnell’s interview with the Denver Post, she is quoted as saying that she took a second tour of duty with the Marines because she did not remember how to live outside the confines of the military.

Parnell drove Nik to Hogan’s Alley. Calamity Jane was the only person left in the camp. Parnell was able to coax Jane into telling them that Rhodes had left on a train that morning. She also showed them the spot where Rhodes generally sat up camp.

Parnell suggested they call Cohen but Nik thought they should give Cohen something more to work with. Because Nik was family, and family received utmost loyalty in Royers, Parnell let Nik have his way. In the trash, Nik found a letter from Elise to Rhodes asking Rhodes to come home. Parnell found Rhodes...

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