Brighton Rock - Part 1, Chapters 2 and 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapters 2 and 3 Summary

At the beginning of Chapter Two, the boy walks to a carnival pier and speaks to a shooting gallery caller. The caller gives him the time. From there, the boy walks to the pier's tea room and waits for his gang; they are late. After a time, Cubitt and his partner Dallow arrive. Only Spicer, the oldest of the gang, is absent. The boy orders fish and chips, and when Spicer arrives, shaken and nauseous, he forces the old man to eat.

The boy - named Pinkie - begins to grill his men on the murder of Fred Hale. He wants to ensure that no loose ends exist. Pinkie is convince that they do not need to worry about the woman Hale was with, but he is concerned about the Messenger card. Spicer's job was to distribute the rest...

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