The Lady in the Lake - Study Guide Chapters Twenty-four - Twenty-six Summary & Analysis

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In chapter twenty-four, Marlowe attempts to speak with Mrs. Talley, the wife of the private detective hired by the Graysons. As he talks to Mrs. Talley through her screen door, he notices a car parked with its parking lights on. Mrs. Talley refuses to talk to him. Marlowe goes back to his car. The car with the parking lights on is still sitting in the street.

In chapter twenty-five, Marlowe notices as he is driving away from Mrs. Talley's house that he is being followed. As they travel further away from inhabited areas the car behind Marlowe sounds a siren, and then flashes a red light. The driver of the police car tries to pull even with Marlowe's car but he slows down and makes a u-turn to head back to a populated area. The police car pulls up beside Marlowe...

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