The High Window - Chapters 31-32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 31-32 Summary

Marlowe comes out of his hiding place in Chapter 31. He wipes off the gun and puts Vannier's prints back on it, then leaves. As he walks from his car to his apartment, Eddie Prue speaks to him from a parked car. He asks if Marlowe has followed up on the dental supplies receipt. Marlowe says he learned that the supplies on the receipt are used to make molds for gold inlays in teeth, but asks Eddie why he gave him the receipt, pretending that he does not know about the possible connection between Teager and Morningstar. Prue grows impatient with Marlowe's dumb act and drives off.

Marlowe returns to his apartment and greets the nurse that Dr. Moss has had stay there. Merle is resting in his bed and he speaks with her, telling her that he is going to take...

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