Farewell, My Lovely - Chapters 29-32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 29-32 Summary

In Chapter 29 Marlowe wakes up at home, not sure if he wants to get out of bed or not. Detective-Lieutenant Randall comes by unexpectedly. He has been looking for Marlowe for two days. He questions Marlowe about his comings and goings. Marlowe tells Randall he's been in the hospital but will not give the policeman any specific details. Over morning coffee, Marlowe spills the details of his abduction from Amthor's house and how he ended up in Sonderborg's hospital. Randall asks Marlowe's reason for taking the marijuana cigarettes off of Lindsay Marriott's dead body, then admits that Anne Riordan told him what happened. Marlowe shares his theory about Marriott's murder. He believes that Marriott outlived his usefulness to the jewel thieves and they simply liquidated him. Randall inquires again as to exactly how Marlowe met Lindsay Marriott to begin with. Marlowe says the man found...

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