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The Concrete Blonde Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

Michael Connelly
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Chapter 6 Summary

During the lunch break, Harry drives to the garment district to a restaurant that serves breakfast. He sits down and picks up a copy of the Times that had been left behind. Bremmer's byline contains information about the latest body that can only have come from an inside source. Harry calls Edgar and asks him about Harvey Pounds and his behavior the day before. Edgar confirms that Pounds had spent time in his office with the door closed while on the phone. It is unusual behavior for him, as Harvey tends to be on the paranoid side and likes to leave his door and blinds open. Edgar says the media will run a likeness of the dead woman on the evening news in the hopes they can identify her, and asks if Harry will help man the phone lines afterward. They talk about the order of witnesses...

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