Lord of Misrule - First Race, Chapters 2-6 Summary & Analysis

Jaimy Gordon
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In Chapter 2, Maggie prepared the five stalls she had been given. As Deucey had suggested the stalls were no where near each other. Of the stalls one was very nice and one was very bad. She knew that Tommy planned to more or less steal money with the horses he was bringing because they were all better runners than they appeared to be on paper. He wanted them to get in without being noticed, run their horses in the cheapest claiming races and then get out fast after cashing in on their bets.

Maggie wondered what Tommy, who believed in luck, would think of their arrangement. She wondered what the men at the tracks had up their sleeves and briefly considered that someone could get hurt but knew that Tommy didn’t think that way. She had told Deucey that she...

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