Chasing the Dime: A Novel - Chapter 13 - 15 Summary & Analysis

Michael Connelly
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Chapter 13 - 15 Summary

Robin directs Henry to Lilly's work address. He asks her about Wentz but she clams up, claiming that if she talks she will end up dead like Lilly. A Volvo wagon is in the parking space. Robin gets out of his BMW and walks away, telling him she is done and will take a cab. He lets her go. Henry sees that someone is in the apartment, so he knocks on the door, startling the man inside who is packing up her things. In moments, Henry establishes that he is dealing with Wainright and that Wendt owns both of Lilly's places. He tells Wainright that he is going to look around, and he begins poking around the already packed boxes. He does not find anything worthy of calling discovery until he goes up to the loft. There is the smell of...

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