Sleeping Beauty - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

The gunshot is followed closely by a phone ringing in the house. After three rings Archer and Smith arrive at the house to hear a muffled voice talking on the phone. Smith slips inside, leaving Archer standing on the deck outside. Archer is becoming increasingly frustrated at the lack of cooperation he's experiencing from Laurel's family and friends. After several minutes Smith comes to the door and says that the Captain will see Archer but Lew is not to take too long because the Captain has not slept well in two days.

Captain Somerville is curt and asks most of the questions. The Captain refuses to answer any of Archer's questions until Lew can provide the name of a reputable reference. Lew gives Somerville the name of John Truttwell and the Captain calls an associate of Truttwell's, Emerson Little. Little vouches for Archer...

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