The Long Goodbye - Chapters 26 through 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26 through 30 Summary

Candy and Marlowe get Roger upstairs and into bed. Marlowe washes the wound on the back of his head then his face. He wakes, tells Marlowe that he has something written on the typewriter he doesn't want Eileen to read, asks for some sleeping pills and goes back to sleep. Marlowe notes that the pills are prescribed for Eileen by Dr. Loring. The last thing Roger says before dropping off to sleep is a question to Marlowe. "Ever kill a man, Marlowe?" Marlowe says yes and Roger says it's a nasty feeling.

Marlowe goes downstairs to get the papers Roger asked him to destroy but he also wants to know how Roger cut his head. He looks around and finally finds blood on a wastepaper basket, figures Roger fell while on the phone with Marlowe. He can figure how Roger got...

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