The Drop - Section 1: Chapters 1-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1 – Bob Saginowski has worked at Cousin Marv’s bar in the Flats for more than 20 years. It is two nights after Christmas, and the bar is mostly quiet. Millie delays returning to the seniors home on Edison Green, while Cousin Marv reads a racing form and texts his sister, Dottie. A group of friends of a man believed to be dead, Richie Whalen, drink in his honor, and watch basketball. Ten years before to the day, Richie had left the bar to score some drugs, but had never come back. He left behind a girlfriend and a kid he never saw in New Hampshire with her mother, as well as his car – which he would never leave behind, his friends contend. That means he must be dead. His friends – Sully, Donnie, Paul, Stevie, Sean, and Jimmy – refer to Richie as Glory...

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