Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Tom Franklin
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Chapter 6 (The Present), Part 1 – Silas has breakfast at a favorite greasy-spoon restaurant, and then starts his day’s investigations. He begins with Larry’s shop, and as he goes through Larry’s office, he recalls coming back to Chabot for his mother’s funeral, driving past Larry’s shop, noticing Larry looking out the window at the street, not paying attention to him – and doing exactly the same thing when he (Silas) was on his way back home after clearing out his mother’s house. He then goes out to Larry’s house and gathers some new evidence: a few pieces of broken glass (which he thinks might be from a car windshield), some tracks from a four-wheel drive, and the butt end of a mostly smoked marijuana cigarette. He also feeds the chickens. Back in the house, he goes through Larry’s stack...

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