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Recoil Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 25 Summary

James Thompson
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Chapter 25 Summary

Pat telephones in to work to check in with Rita Kennedy and is notified that he has been fired - another employee will soon be sent to his apartment to collect the state automobile. Pat asks why he has been fired and protests his innocent involvement in Eggleston's murder. Kennedy dismisses his protestations. Pat then wastes the hours of the day and returns to his apartment in the evening at the hour specified by Doc. As he approaches the apartment, he sees Lila standing by the roadside. He stops and Lila tells him her car is out of gas, and asks him for a ride to the meeting.

Pat wants to avoid the appearance of impropriety and decides to push Lila's car to the apartment. Lila insists on a ride. Pat begins to question her and Lila admits that Doc has stationed her by the road to...

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