No Country for Old Men - Chapter II Summary & Analysis

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Moss thinks about the close calls he has had in law enforcement and wonders if it is more dangerous now then it was then. Sheriff Bell a call when he gets into the office that is inconsequential, but the radio call that comes next has him getting up. He tells Torbet to shut the trunk, keep his lights on, and wait. It will take him fifty minutes to get there and when he and Wendell arrive, they look over the scene. Will Wyrick is dead in the trunk, shot once through the forehead with what looks like a wadcutter. Bell tells Torbet to take Lamar's cruiser to Austin and when he is done, back to Sonora where one of them will come and get him. He doesn't even want the report to list Wyrick by name. Wendell tells him that if he gets stopped on...

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