The Monkey's Raincoat - Chapters 7-9 Summary & Analysis

Robert Crais
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Chapters 7-9 Summary

In Chapter 7, Elvis arrives at Ellen's house around noon. She has been working, cleaning up the house. She has two months' worth of bills that she located but Elvis wants at least six months' records. He asks her for a sandwich and goes to look through Mort's things. He locates client information, a gun registration, and bills and receipts in eight minutes. Ellen is embarrassed that she could not find them, but Elvis says it is stress. They talk about Janet and Elvis says she is abusive to Ellen, like Mort is. He also tells her that his training for being a detective was a stint in Vietnam, where he learned yoga and how to survive and that he wanted to be Peter Pan. Elvis asks her about Mort's gun, but she knows nothing about it. She tells him how she...

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