Finders Keepers - Part 3: “Peter and the Wolf,” 31-45 Summary & Analysis

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In Section 31, Morris calls Pete’s cell phone from the landline at Andrew’s store.

In Section 32, when Pete’s phone rings he recognizes the number of Andrew’s store. He feels better because he knows the man is at Andrew’s store and not going to Pete’s house where his mother and sister are at home alone. Morris, however, tells Pete that he plans to tell the police that it was Pete who killed Andrew unless Pete gives up the notebooks. Pete refuses the offer. Pete knows he first has to see to it that his family is taken care of. Because he did not take Hodges’ card, he has no choice but to call his sister.

In Section 33, Morris cleans himself up and leaves the store in Andrew’s car just as Hodges, Holly, and Jerome...

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