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The Keepers of Truth Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 Summary

Michael Collins (Irish author)
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Chapter 4 Summary

Four years ago, Bill's father shot himself in the head in the mansion where Bill now lives. He had lost the refrigeration company to the depression, and three hundred men lost their jobs because of this. He was living in the mansion with his girlfriend and found his life unbearable after his loss of dignity. One morning, he fed his dog poisoned meat, had his girlfriend perform oral sex on him, and then shot himself in the master bedroom. Bill's grandfather, the great man who left Russia in search of a better life, had been very hard on his son and grandson, and they both always felt that one day his body would resurrect itself from the grave to chastise them for ruining the family name. Bill felt a shame on his family name, and also anger that the company wasn't able to survive the hard times...

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