The Baker's Daughter - Chapters 11 – 20 Summary & Analysis

Sarah McCoy
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In Chapter 11, the date is November 10, 2007. The place is the US Customs and Border Protection office at 8935 Montana Avenue in El Paso, Texas. Agent Bert Mosley sends out Agent Riki Chavez to check on a report that a couple of junkers are parked near a jogger’s trail behind a resident’s house who suspects some Mexicans might be living in them. When Riki arrives in the neighborhood, the rich woman who made the call says her husband said to leave the situation alone. However, she believes there are children involved, and she cannot abide children living in junk cars. The woman says the mother of the children should be ashamed. The woman introduces herself as Linda Calhoun.

Riki heads out to check out the car, near which is a trailer. Nearby is another set of car tracks. Riki knocks on the car, and...

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