The Blue Afternoon: A Novel - Chapters The Raid; The Letter; Pragmatism; Vienna, Paris, Moscow, Rome...; A Bottle of Blood; The Toy; A Funeral; The Lost Flight of Pantaleon Quiroga; and Escape Summary & Analysis

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Chapters The Raid; The Letter; Pragmatism; Vienna, Paris, Moscow, Rome...; A Bottle of Blood; The Toy; A Funeral; The Lost Flight of Pantaleon Quiroga; and Escape Summary

Later, Bobby, Carriscant, and some policemen forcibly search Cruz's personal operating theater and morgue. They do not find any incriminating evidence. Cruz is furious; Carriscant is embarrassed. In Chapter The Letter, page 267, Delphine sends Carriscant a letter that requests an urgent audience—she then tells him she is pregnant by him. He immediately decides they must flee the country and begins contacting persons in the black market to smuggle them out. Then Sieverance unexpectedly returns. Carriscant travels to Delphine's house immediately and starts a fire in a shed to get the household...

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