The Long Goodbye - Chapters 21 through 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21 through 25 Summary

Marlowe talks about the life of a private investigator. On the day after Roger's return, he says he knows the day will be crazy. The first man wants to pay fifty dollars for Marlowe to catch the woman next door trying to poison his dog. The next is a young woman who wants Marlowe to call her roommate and tell her that he's investigating the theft of money from the young woman's purse. The next is a Jewish man in his fifties who is searching for his wife. With a telegram and air mailed photos, the woman is quickly located and the husband goes to bring her home. Then he gets a call from Eileen who invites him for cocktails at their home so that Roger can adequately thank him. Marlowe says it's against his better judgment, but agrees.

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