Gone for Good - Chapters 11 through 20 Summary & Analysis

Harlan Coben
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Chapters 11 through 20 Summary

In chapter eleven, Will says that if he were a "better person," he might find a way to care about Castman but he and Squares walk away, leaving Castman with nothing to do all day but stare at the photographs of Tanya and depend on her for his very life. At home, there is a message on his answering machine from Katy Miller, Julie's little sister. He remembers Katy as a youngster, jumping out from behind a trunk in the basement while Will and Julie were making out and Will and Julie laughing about it. He knows that she is now "seventeen or eighteen," and wonders why she is calling. It is about four in the morning and Will does not call her back then, but goes to bed remembering that the last time he had seen her was at the...

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