Red Dragon - Study Guide Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

Hoyt Lewis, a meter reader, is reading the meters behind the Leeds's home and has a confrontation with a neighbor who informs him that another meter reader came to read these same meters a few weeks ago. After work, Lewis meets up with his supervisor in a local bar and asks him if someone from their company has been reading his meters to check up on him. The supervisor says "no" and advises Lewis to contact the police.

Chapter 4 Analysis

Lewis's irate customer, as unpleasant to Lewis as he is, drops a bit of information that is clearly important to Graham's investigation. This is foreshadowing for the reader, because the reader must realize this is an important clue in Graham's case.

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