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The Killer Inside Me Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters Seven through Ten Summary

James Thompson
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Chapters Seven through Ten Summary

In chapter seven, Lou continues talking to the officials about the murder and his role in the situation until almost three a.m. He stops by a restaurant run by a Greek man who says that his son, Johnnie Pappas, is working at a service station called Slim Murphy's. Lou, realizing the father is worried about the son, stops by and tells the boy that fathers who worry most are those who care the most, cites the fact that the service station has a shady reputation and elicits a promise from Johnnie to stay out of trouble. At home, Amy is waiting and says that Lou never considers her feelings, citing Lou's time with Joyce Lakeland, at which Lou thinks that she just does not realize "I'm doing you a favor by not beating your head off." What he says aloud...

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