Bluebird, Bluebird - Chapters 9 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Attica Locke
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Chapter 9 starts the Part Three of the novel. Darren woke up in the hotel room just past seven in the morning to his phone ringing with a call from Lieutenant Fred Wilson. Wilson, incensed that Darren had broken his suspension, told him that a reporter from the Chicago Tribune had called about a black Texas Ranger investigating the murders. Realizing that Randie must have called them, he convinced the Lieutenant to let him stay on the case. Wilson eventually agreed, and, with his position restored, Darren began looking for Randie, who disappeared in the time he was sleeping. Unable to find her at the icehouse or at Geneva’s, he returned to his location at the bayou from last night to find Randie taking pictures. Randie was furious at him, thinking he was not a real cop, until Darren told her he had...

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