The Line Becomes a River - Part 2, Section 2, pages 98 – 112 Summary & Analysis

Francisco Cantú
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Present tense. The author dreams if being back in the desert and conducting a solo capture of drug smugglers and a search of their belongings that reveals nothing.

The author is woken from his dream by an anxious phone call from his mother, who has heard a report that made her think her son had been killed. The author explains the misunderstanding – there is a communications officer with intel that has the same last name, neither of them are in the field. Later, when he arrives at work, Hayward explains how a field officer had been killed, how some of the perpetrators had been captured, how an intense manhunt had begun for the one who had escaped, and how he needed a detailed, comprehensive report on all the men. He says he needs to know which of them were actual dealers and...

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