Deadfolk - Chapter 7 and Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 and Chapter 8 Summary

Blake explains that Tommy Munton, the deceased father of the three sons, was a criminal with a good mind for business who started Hoppers and turned it into a bar popular throughout the region. After Tommy died, the brothers mismanaged the business. Lee Munton told Blake to burn down the bar for the insurance money. Blake, who greatly admired Hoppers, did not want to do it, but finally agreed and enlisted Finney to do the job. On the selected night, Blake could not get his Capri started, so he called Beth and told her if he called again in 15 minutes, she would have to come pick him up. His car started and he went home. He dozed on the couch, and then checked on Beth in the bedroom, but she was not there. He realized she must have gone...

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