Talking God - Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 and 14 Summary

In chapter thirteen, Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn and Amtrak employee Roland Dockery arrive at Union Station to meet with the train conductor. Leaphorn points out that the handwriting on the list found in the luggage is different from the small, cramped handwriting found in the notebook. Leaphorn realizes that the paper is a list of items the killer wanted to get rid of because they could help identify the victim. He puzzles over the word AURANOFIN and the code number beginning with a W. Even worse, Emma will not be there to reassure him that he is not a failure.

The Amtrak conductor finally arrives and repeats his story of the strange man in the roomette. The conductor describes the man as short, muscular but slender with short curly red hair, freckles and a reddish face. The conductor is haunted by the realization that he was...

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