Blood on the Tracks: A Novel - Chapters 19 - 22 Summary & Analysis

Barbara Nickless
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In Chapter 19, In Parnell’s personal journal she challenges someone to give her a definition for morality. Personally, she believes that one man’s sin can be another man’s necessity.

Parnell sat in her truck at a stop light as it cycled. Parnell thought of how Gentry had always been protective of her and supportive of her work in Iraq. She believed he had kept her sane and consequently had saved her life. She did not think that Gentry had anything to do with Jazmine’s murder or Elise’s murder but knew that the police would investigate him anyway.

Parnell returned to a superstitious practice she had developed in Iraq when she told herself that if she saw just one other car on the street it would mean that everything would be okay. She saw nothing but the ghost of the...

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