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Independence Day - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Leaving a business card on Mr. Tanks’ windshield, Bascombe rushes out of the hotel and gets back on the road. He stops a few minutes later for coffee and to call Sally, but her phone just rings and rings. He calls Karl to check in next, and he assures Frank things are fine and the Mexicans had not been back. Much to Frank’s dismay, Karl also lets him know he has a sawed-off twelve-gauge shotgun he refers to as his “alley-sweeper,” should he need it.

Bascombe also calls Ted and tells him his clients are highly interested in the farmhouse, but are taking some time to think about it. Ted tells him a few others came through to look at it also, and Frank reminds Ted Lauren-Schwindell has exclusive rights first, so the Markhams can have time to think without any pressure.

He gets back...

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