Kane and Abel - Part 4, 1932-1941, Chapters 23 & 24 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, 1932-1941, Chapters 23 & 24 Summary

William is pleased to see an article about the opening of the Chicago hotel because it proves that his judgment was right on target and that the bank had missed out a good investment. William sees a photo of Abel with Henry Osborne and calls attorney Thomas Cohen to hire a private detective to look into Osborne's affiliation with Abel.

Two weeks later, William receives a report explaining that Abel met Osborne as an insurance representative when the Chicago hotel burned. Now, Osborne is an alderman with dreams of becoming a congressman. William cannot help worrying about their relationship.

Charles Lester, Matthew's father, dies. His will states that William succeed him as the new chairman of Lester's Bank.

One board member befriends William right away. Peter Parfitt invites William to dinner to discuss business. William offers to stay in town another night to...

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