Ordinary Grace - Chapters 8 - 13 Summary & Analysis

William Kent Krueger
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The boys decide to tell Gus about Bobby’s glasses. They run over to tell Gus who’s playing cards with a group of men including Doyle. The boys observe Doyle using the vents to eavesdrop on their father whose office is right above Gus’s apartment. Frank decides that he and Jake should keep Bobby’s glasses to themselves.

It’s the Fourth of July. Nathan helps the boys set off fireworks even though he hates fireworks because they remind him of the battlefield. Doyle had heard that Nathan “cracked” when he was in the service. Frank’s ears perk up with they start talking about Uncle Warren. He apparently got into trouble with the Feds and has a rap sheet but nothing serious. At home, Frank catches Ariel upset and crying but doesn’t know why.

Frank asks Gus what Doyle...

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