The Monkey's Raincoat - Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

Robert Crais
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Chapters 4-6 Summary

In Chapter 4, Elvis goes home, heats up some dinner, and gives beer to his cat. After he eats, he calls his office and finds messages from Ellen and Janet saying Mort has broken into the Lang's home and wrecked it. Janet made Ellen call the police, but she does not want to let them in. Elvis arrives and finds the house completely torn up. Nothing seems to be missing. Elvis goes through the whole house, wandering through the children's rooms, the master bedroom with its family photos, the kitchen, and the living areas. He tells the women that Mort did not do this. It was a professional looking for something and they have to talk to the police. Ellen refuses but Janet insists that she should. Elvis goes to check the outside of the house.

In Chapter 5, Elvis gets a flashlight...

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