Out of the Easy - Chapters 13 – 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 – As Josie and Patrick prepare to leave later, Charlotte apologizes for her relatives. Josie says it isn’t necessary. As Josie and Patrick head outside, they overhear a drunken woman sobbing about a cheating husband, about how Forrest Hearne did not actually die of a heart attack, and that the French Quarter should be burned to the ground. They also encounter Elizabeth’s older brother, Richard, who says he saw Patrick on New Year’s Eve and tells Elizabeth to stay away from Patrick. Cokie then picks Josie and Patrick up, telling them that rich people might have all the money and luxury in the world, but that their souls are broke. Cokie also warns them against Richard, saying Richard once hung four baby kittens in the Quarter, and that Richard isn’t right in the head.

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