Child of the Owl: Golden Mountain Chronicles: 1965 - Chapter Six Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six Summary

All alone in the apartment, Casey wishes Barney was there to keep her company, but she'll have to settle for Booger, who shows up at her door feeling obligated to invite Casey to breakfast. In return, Casey allows Booger to come with her to Jack's pool hall where she plans on having a stake-out to watch Gilbert's behavior in the hopes that he'll lead her to the necklace. On the way to the pool hall, the girls stop off at the library where Booger checks out a massive book on Florida birds, claiming that she'll need a weapon if things get dicey. On the walk to the pool hall, Booger complains about her real name, Tallulah Bankhead, and wonders which name is worse, her given name or her nickname. Casey admits that she was named after Casey Stengel, the Yankees manager...

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