The High Window - Chapters 11-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11-14 Summary

In Chapter 11, Breeze asks Marlowe to go over his versions of events again. He is skeptical, believing that Marlowe is not telling the whole truth. He wonders why he did not report the body when he found it and instead gave the manager a false name and tried to have him discover the body. Marlowe does not tell Breeze the details of his case and Breeze threatens to hold him as a material witness, but reluctantly lets him go after getting his home address.

Marlowe returns to his office in Chapter 12 to find a note from a delivery service that there is a package for him ready to be delivered at his convenience. He calls the delivery company and has a drink while he waits. Ten minutes later a delivery boy brings him the package. It is a small box with...

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