Double Indemnity - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Walter has told Keyes everything he needed to know about the murder, including Walter's relationship with Lola. Keyes is ready to leave, but Walter grabs him and says he has told Keyes the story only for one reason--so they won't beat Lola. After Keyes goes, Walter can think of only one thing: how Lola is going to find out and learn the truth about him. However, when the papers come that afternoon, there is nothing about what he has told Keyes.

Keyes doesn't return until 8:30 that night, accompanied by Norton and two lawyers. After establishing that Walter hasn't told his story to anybody except Keyes, they get ready to offer him a proposition, which they pass to Keyes to present as soon as they have left the room. Keyes tells Walter that Lola is all right and that she thought Sachetti shot Walter...

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