The Corps: Book 1 Semper Fi - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

W. E. B. Griffin
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Chapter 8 Summary

McCoy drives to the Amoco station to find Anne-Marie's husband. He introduces himself to Dutch Schulter and Dutch takes him home to see Anne-Marie. She also has nothing to do with their father. McCoy takes the family out for dinner and they decide on the Norristown Inn. Their father is there and McCoy finally walks to the bar to say hello. He drives his sister's family home after dinner and says he cannot stay overnight. He spends the night at a hotel in Bethlehem. He sees his brother, Tommy, the next day. He spends the night with him and then returns to Philadelphia.

The San Mateo Club in San Mateo, California, was the residence of Andrew Foster, Sr. Pick Pickering is upstairs showering in one of the guest rooms. He dresses and drives into San Francisco to the Andrew Foster Hotel. Pick has...

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