Recoil - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

James Thompson
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Chapter 24 Summary

Pat wakes up and reads a newspaper story that summarizes the murder of Eggleston. The story suggests Eggleston was murdered by someone from "out-of-state" - Pat realizes that witnesses mistook his State motor-pool vehicle's distinctive license plates for some out-of-state plates. Pat is also somewhat relieved to read that the description provided of the suspect (Pat) is wrong in several particulars. Pat then reads a story about the National Phalanx and the upcoming speeches of Fanning Arnholt, which he knows have been arranged by Doc and his political compatriots.

While Pat reads the newspaper, Henry enters and serves breakfast. Henry is obviously troubled and Pat asks what is on his mind. Henry explains that the previous evening Doc had entered Pat's room and removed all of Pat's salary money - Henry is anxious lest Pat think that, perhaps, he had stolen the money. Pat thanks...

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