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The Keepers of Truth Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

Michael Collins (Irish author)
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Chapter 11 Summary

Bill wakes up the next morning to a dust storm. It hasn't rained in a few months, and the drought is really starting to worry everyone in town. Everything in the town is covered in dust and sand. Bill cleans his car windshield from the sand and drives to the office. The heat is stifling. In the office, Sam is interviewing an American Indian by the name of Walter. He is a very big man, dressed in ritual clothing, with a hawk sitting on his hand. Sam is interviewing Walter for a story on the drought; Walter claims to be able to bring on the rain, which he is planning to do later that day in the town square.

Walter also says that he is able to find missing people. At first Bill doesn't understand, but then Walter laughs and says that he works as a private...

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