The Dog Stars - Book Three: Chapter III Summary & Analysis

Peter Heller
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Book Three: Chapter III Summary

The window are shot out in Bangley's house but it is still standing. There is a huge hole in the roof and scorch marks on the now splintered dormer. Hig coasts all the way to Bangley's house and the plane is barely stopped when Hig hops out. There is no answer to his calls for Bangley. Bullet holes strafed the wall in the workshop. They hear a shot and a scream, and hurry back down to see Cima crouching behind the wheel of the Cessna. She points to Hig's hangar and they find Bangley behind Hig's large red tool chest, covered in dried blood. His hand comes up and touches Hig's beard. For two weeks, it is touch and go. Cima set him on the couch, splinting his broken leg, moving him as little as possible. On...

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