The Devil All the Time - Part 4 - Winter, Chapters 25 through 30 Summary & Analysis

Donald Ray Pollock
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Part 4 - Winter, Chapters 25 through 30 Summary

Chapter 25 - On a cold winter day early in the New Year, after Sandy goes to her job as a bartender, Carl gets out a shoebox full of photos taken the previous summer, and relives every moment of every encounter. When Sandy gets home, he waits as she counts her tips, listens as she describes her reluctant involvement in the corruption of her brother, Sheriff Lee Bodecker, then helps puts her money into their savings jar.

Chapter 26 - After dropping Sandy off at work, Carl cruises through downtown Meade, catching a glimpse of Joe Bodecker and reflecting on what Sandy told him. He ends up at the White Cow Diner. There, a conversation with the waitress leads him to remember his and Sandy's time in California - how his efforts to start a career as...

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