The Lady in the Lake - Study Guide Chapters Twenty-seven - Twenty-nine Summary & Analysis

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Degarmo and Webber talk to Marlowe in a private office. During the interview, Degarmo admits that he was responsible for having Marlowe followed. After this admission, Webber asks Degarmo to leave so that he and Marlowe can talk in private. Marlowe describes to Webber all of the coincidences he has come across while trying to locate Crystal. At the conclusion of this chapter, Webber invites Marlowe to talk with him openly about the possible connection between Lavery's death and the Almore case.

In chapter twenty-eight, Webber tells Marlowe that the only evidence that Talley had in the Almore case was a slipper belonging to Mrs. Almore. This slipper was custom made, and Mrs. Almore had two matching sets of these slippers. Talley took one of these unworn slippers from Mrs. Almore's body as evidence that she had not walked, but had...

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