The Killer Inside Me - Chapters Eleven through Fifteen Summary & Analysis

James Thompson
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Chapters Eleven through Fifteen Summary

In chapter eleven, Lou goes into Howard Hendricks' office at the courthouse and says it is too bad that the girl died. Howard says it is actually a positive thing because it means they will not have to prosecute her. Lou says there is something about the murder that is bothering him and that he wants to talk to Howard about it. Howard is somewhat impatient but agrees and Lou relates Rothman's questions, though keeping Rothman's name out of it as if Lou himself had come to wonder how Joyce could have shot Elmer when she was in such bad shape or how he could have beaten her after he had already been shot. Howard is excited, anticipating the idea of another person at the scene but when Lou says he supposes it was just a fluke that cannot really be...

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