Fourth of July Creek - Chapters 13-16 Summary & Analysis

Smith Henderson
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Pete finds out from an old friend of his father's that his father has passed away. Nobody has bothered to tell him. Pete remembers his father, Charles, as a hard but savvy businessman. Pete goes to visit his stepmother, Bunnie, and learns that his father was run over by his own truck. Looking through his father's things, Pete remembers his wedding to Beth and how Charles told him he was ruining his life. Pete asks Bunnie if anyone has told Luke. Bunnie claims Luke is in good hands--with people from her church. Pete is uncomfortable with how religious the funeral is. Various people ask him about where Luke is, including Luke's parole officer, Wes. Pete leaves, and assures his stepmother he doesn't want any of his father's things.

Rachel talks about Austin. When her mother is away at work, she has friends over...

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