Listening Woman - Chapters Thirteen through Fifteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Thirteen through Fifteen Summary

Just before he reaches the Tso place, Leaphorn encounters a storm that washes out a section of road, prompting him to walk to the hut only to find that Theodora and Father Benjamin aren't there. Leaphorn considers that they might have gone for a walk. He turns his thoughts to the murder of Hosteen Tso and remembers that the killing of a frog was weighted into the cure the Listening Woman planned to prescribe. Leaphorn tries to remember any nearby caves where there could be frogs nearby. He finds tracks left by a large dog and at least two people inside the house and heads toward a nearby canyon, choosing his way based on the direction of the tracks.

Leaphorn heads into the canyon, then stops to listen, knowing that if there are people in a cave...

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