The Monkey's Raincoat - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

Robert Crais
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Chapters 13-15 Summary

In Chapter 13, Elvis returns to Ellen's house and tells Janet it looks like Ellen was kidnapped. Janet says she is not sorry that they slept together but brushes him off. She has packed suitcases for the girls and is taking them to her house. Elvis picks up some beer and gets drunk. The next day, he goes to Kimberly Marsh's apartment again, checks the apartment, and then sets up a stakeout. The Hispanic men are still there. Just after three o'clock, a young blond man drives up and gets Kimberly Marsh's mail. The Hispanic men do not seem to notice him. Elvis follows the blonde and when he stops at an auto parts store, Elvis phones Pike to follow the Hispanic men. Elvis continues following the blonde to a house in Universal City. Elvis sneaks up to the house and looks...

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