Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter - Chapters 10 - 11 Summary & Analysis

Tom Franklin
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Chapter 10 (The Present / The Past) – The perspective of this chapter shifts repeatedly (and, in the first part of the chapter, quite rapidly) between the recent past and the present. Narration reveals that the body under the bed (found by Silas at the end of Chapter 8) was that of Tina Rutherford, and that she’d been there for some time. Narration also reveals that Silas lied about his reasons for being at the cabin (saying he just happened to be passing); that he directed traffic for Tina’s funeral; and that took a shift standing guard over Larry in the hospital, who remained in his coma and who was being watched by police. At different times during different shifts, Silas becomes aware that a “stringy” man has tried to see Larry, and catches a glimpse of the man himself; also becomes aware that Angie...

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