The Monkey's Raincoat - Chapters 10-12 Summary & Analysis

Robert Crais
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Chapters 10-12 Summary

In Chapter 10, Elvis arrives at Ellen's house. Ellen is not home yet but Janet is there drinking. While they wait, Elvis criticizes how Janet treats Ellen. Janet says that she used to be Ellen and will stick by her friend. Elvis tells her how he got his name, because his mother saw Elvis Presley perform when he was six years old and legally changed his name to Elvis. He also tells her he was shot in Vietnam. They have at least an hour until Ellen returns with the girls. Janet kisses him and they have sex. The phone rings. Ellen is forty minutes late picking up her daughters at school. Janet goes to get them, while Elvis waits for Ellen.

In Chapter 11, Janet returns with the girls. Ellen has not shown up or called. The older girl, Cindy, is angry and...

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