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The Lock Artist: A Novel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 2: Chapter 4 and 5 Summary

Steve Hamilton
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Section 2: Chapter 4 and 5 Summary

In Chapter 4: New York City, late 1999, Mike's new license claims his name is William Michael Smith, and the man who sells him the ID hooks him up with a family who owns a Chinese restaurant and rents out the rooms above the restaurant for cash. All he has are his clothes, art supplies, safe locks and picks, and the five pagers the Ghost gave him to receive jobs. Four of the pagers indicate jobs, but the red pager will always be the man in Detroit, and the Ghost warns Mike to do exactly what he's told or he will die. That night, the yellow pager goes off, and this is the pager anyone can use to reach Mike so the Ghost warned him to proceed with caution. Mike meets three men in a diner in the Bronx, and he nicknames the leader Bigmouth...

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