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The Lady in the Lake Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters Thirty-three - Thirty-five Summary

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Chapters Thirty-three - Thirty-five Summary

Marlowe has entered an apartment that appears to have been closed up for several days. Marlowe takes the opportunity to clean up and change clothes. Marlowe lights a cigarette and leans against the opening of the door leading to the hallway. When he peeps down the hallway, there is a police officer coming toward him. The officer asks if he heard anything. Marlowe talks to him a minute, then the officer calls for his lieutenant. The lieutenant is Degarmo. Degarmo pushes Marlowe into the apartment and calls for the officer to follow them. The officer dumbly goes about the apartment "solving" the crime as Degarmo stares at Marlowe. Although Degarmo is suspended, he tells his partner that he plans to take charge of the case.

In chapter thirty-four, Degarmo and his partner lead Marlowe out of the apartment building. The three...

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