Dark Places - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

Gillian Flynn
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In the present, Libby goes to see Runner. She eventually finds him among the squatters, and the two start talking. Runner isn’t making much sense, but Libby is able to get a few things out of him. He keeps asking for money, but he mentions Trey, implying that he had something to do with the murders.

Libby has heard the name before, but she doesn’t know exactly who Trey is. Runner asks for money, again promising to testify with the knowledge that he has. Libby doesn’t fall for his lies. Runner still insists that Patty was keeping money from him back in the day, but Libby doesn’t believe that either since she remembers how poor they were growing up. Runner begins to ramble again, and mentions Diondra. He talks about the last conversation he had with Ben, revealing to Libby...

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