Dirt - Chapters 37-42 Summary & Analysis

Stuart Woods
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Chapters 37-42 Summary

Bob Cantor walks into Jonathan Dryer's Manhattan apartment in Chapter 37 only to be told that Dryer has disappeared. The landlord, Jim O'Brian, tells Cantor that Dryer left owing four months' rent. According to O'Brian, Dryer (who claimed to be a filmmaker) frequently had female visitors but that the women usually only stayed one night. After O'Brian gives Cantor Dryer's phone records, Bob Cantor rents the apartment from Jim O'Brian. Cantor then retrieves Dryer's garbage, which has not been picked up yet.

In Chapter 38, Cantor takes the garbage and phone records to Stone Barrington's house. They notice that Dryer only called number: the Santa Fe Residential Apartments in West Hollywood, California. Posing as Bob Cantor, Stone Barrington calls the Santa Fe and is told that the only person to move out in the past two weeks is a Mr. G. Gable. Oddly...

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