Spartina - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

John Casey (novelist)
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Chapter 3 Summary

Dick remembers a time when his friend, Larry Parker, got a job taking a fifty-foot boat to the Caribbean. On the way, they did some questionable things that included illegal expense at bars with the boat owner's credit card. Parker also met a couple of tourists and took them on a two-day fishing trip and charged them five hundred dollars. Dick got forty percent for doing most of the labor, while Parker kept the tourists company and showed them how to fish.

They got the boat to its destination only one day late. Then, Parker sold the airline tickets they had been given to return home, and instead got them passage on a boat to Miami. He then left Dick to take the bus home on his own.

A month later, Parker showed up at Dick's house, wanting to know what happened to...

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