Crocodile on the Sandbank - Study Guide Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Emerson reaches Walter before Amelia does and quickly determines that the gunshot wound is not fatal; it has passed through the fleshy portion of Walter's shoulder. After a brief moment of faintness, Amelia and Evelyn clean and dress Walter's wound. Afterward they try to make sense of the events of the evening. Abdullah had followed the mummy into the wadi, in the direction of the royal tomb. Lucas claims to have been terrorized when the two shots from his pistol fail to stop the mummy. His dramatic effort to discharge the last remaining bullet is stopped by Emerson grabbing his wrist and taking the pistol away from Lucas. Later Emerson and Amelia discuss the events between themselves, and Emerson discounts the claim Lucas made, that the bullets had no effect on the mummy. He suspects a sort of protective padding that deflected the bullets. Emerson flatly states...

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