Humboldt's Gift - Section 9, Through p. 264 Summary & Analysis

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Section 9, Through p. 264 Summary

Pursued by Srole, the lesser of his two divorce attorneys, Charlie retreats to a stall in the men's room to read the unopened letter from Kathleen, which informs of him of the death of her second husband, Frank Tigler, in a hunting accident. Another character who lived in a shady, not-quite-criminal world - at least most of the time - Frank owned a dude ranch in Nevada, where he begrudgingly tolerated paying guests to finance his quarter-horse breeding operation. His shadiness endeared him to Charlie's heart. Frank had a laze faire approach to running the guest ranch, which he left to Kathleen while he sported around the quarter horse racing circuit, peddling horses with phony papers and picking up raced-out mares for brood stock and stallions for sire duty. Frank's death was not entirely an accident. He caught one...

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