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Recoil Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21 Summary

James Thompson
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Chapter 21 Summary

Pat looks around the office and wonders what to do. He sees an open appointment book and notes that Mrs. Luther, presumably Lila, had scheduled an appointment just a few hours before. Pat wonders if Lila killed Eggleston. The phone rings and Pat picks it up, whispering to disguise his voice. The caller also whispers and apologizes about missing an earlier appointment, but notes that someone else had been sent. The caller questions if this is alright. Pat, confused, hangs up. He then decides his only hope to avoid a return to jail lies in smuggling the body out of the building. He goes through a prolonged series of actions to get the body to the lobby where he runs into a policeman just entering the main door.

Chapter 21 Analysis

Chapter 21 continues the somewhat out of place private investigator office visit. The telephone call is not particularly...

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