The Long Goodbye - Chapters 11 through 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11 through 14 Summary

A man who Marlowe identifies as a racketeer named Menendez appears in Marlowe's office the day he returned from work after being released from jail. Just as Mendez walks in, the phone rings. It's the attorney, Endicott, who tells Marlowe that he may not be totally off the hook with regard to the case of Terry Lennox. Endicott again offers his services and tells Marlowe that he's headed to Mexico. He hints that he's going to retrieve Terry's body but again doesn't say who has hired him to offer his services to Marlowe. When Marlowe talks to Menendez, the man is rude and pushy. He slaps Marlowe but Marlowe doesn't react at all until the end of the conversation when Marlowe punches Menendez in the stomach. He tells Menendez that he shouldn't say Marlowe is a "cheapie" unless he brings a...

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