The Doorbell Rang - Chapters 14-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 14-15 Summary

Archie visits Inspector Cramer at Homicide South and gives him the nude photo of Althaus with the poem written by Sarah Dacos on the back. He also gives Cramer the other samples of Sarah Dacos's handwriting. Then, he bets Cramer that if he gets a warrant and searches Sarah Dacos's apartment, he'll find something interesting. Cramer accuses Archie of planting something in the apartment, but Archie says he didn't. He says he has no more information for now. Cramer wants to question him, but Archie leaves.

Back at Wolfe's brownstone, the actors have breakfasted and left. The free-lance detectives are also gone. Archie thinks of heading home to sleep, but instead he goes to 63 Arbor Street. He still has the key to Morris Althaus's apartment, and he goes in and waits. Sarah Dacos comes home. Then, nearly an hour later, two...

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