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The Concrete Blonde Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 33 Summary

Michael Connelly
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Chapter 33 Summary

Harry takes a week off in compensation of all the overtime he banked during the case and spends the time fixing the railing on his deck, doing odd jobs and relaxing. He drives by the high school a couple of times hoping to see Sylvia through the windows, but doesn't call her, even though he misses her terribly. It is her move, and he can do nothing but wait and hope. He reads the articles in the Times, but knows more about the case than he wants to already. The one interesting story is done on Bremmer's background. It includes a picture of him and his disciplinarian mother. She is a bleached blonde with large breasts with too much makeup. One more piece that fits.

One day, after returning from an aimless drive, the message light is blinking on his phone, and hoping it's Sylvia, he answers...

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