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The Godfather Returns Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 4 Summary

Mark Winegardner
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Book 2, Chapter 4 Summary

Nick Geraci flies the charter plane containing Falcone and Molinari, the California Dons, to an upscale, hidden fortress called Rattlesnake Island. The flight is rough and choppy. Geraci maintains the fiction that he's an Irishman named O'Malley because one of his passengers, Frank Falcone, distrusts the Corleones and would not knowingly board a plane flown by one of Michael's men. After touchdown, Nick removes a bag of money from the plane, a tribute to his godfather, the Godfather of Cleveland, Don Vincent "the Jew" Forlenza. Nick considers what the money symbolizes: the labors of hundreds of men, controlled by a few.

Fredo, drinking and driving away from the motel, is flagged by customs officers at the U.S. border. As the uniformed men approach his car, he flashes back to the day his father's enemies tried to kill him. Fredo was there, and it started...

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