No Country for Old Men - Chapter IV: Pages 90 - 106 Summary & Analysis

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Bell has breakfast in the cafe and then he and Wendell go to Moss's trailer. Bell notices the lock and they enter carefully, but no one is there. By Wednesday, news is getting around. Reporters approach Bell at breakfast and on the way back to the crime scene, Torbert reminds Bell that including Wyrick they now have a body count of ten. DEA agent McIntyre arrives by helicopter at the crime scene. They speculate as to why Moss's truck is the only one not shot up. The bodies are bloated and McIntyre makes a sketch of the scene. They both agree that if the heroin is gone, and so is the cash, it makes sense that someone else is missing. When Bell gets the ballistic reports, he tells Torbert he knows what happened, describing for him how a modern slaughterhouse works using air...

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