Deadfolk - Chapter 9 and Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 and Chapter 10 Summary

Blake frantically searches every inch of the cellar, but finally must admit that Baz's corpse is gone. He sits on the kitchen floor, drinks whisky from the bottle, and considers two possibilities: someone has taken the body, or Baz was not actually dead and got out of the cellar by himself. A third possibility, that Blake has gone crazy, occurs to him, but he quickly dismisses it. The next scene is inside Hoppers. Blake, chatting with Rachel, notices a piece of cable behind the bar, but neither of them knows why it is there. Fenton enters and tells Blake to take out the garbage. Blake is insolent, but he obeys, and Rachel responds flirtatiously to his attitude. When he returns, a big man enters and asks intrusive questions in a strange accent about the ownership and the door staff...

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