Brothers and Bones - Chapters 1-4 Summary & Analysis

James Hankins
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In Chapter 1, Charlie explains to the reader that his life is a cruel one. His parents were killed by an empty fried chicken bucket. Also, a call he was not even part of ruined his life. Years ago, two words ruined him. Back then, he was a U.S. prosecutor on an organized task force. He'd been about to convict a mob boss, but the morning of the first hearing, Charlie decides to eat a power breakfast and winds up late for the hearing. On his way, a homeless person refers to him as "Wiley," which was his brother's nickname for him. His brother has been missing for thirteen years.

In Chapter 2, Charlie has ruined his first day in court, and his boss, Andrw Lippincott, was there to see it. His friend, Angel Medina, is with Charlie in his office and asks him...

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