The Monkey's Raincoat - Chapters 16-18 Summary & Analysis

Robert Crais
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Chapters 16-18 Summary

In Chapter 16, Pike drives with Elvis into the Los Feliz hills. They go up a narrow street to an ornate gate, bearing crossed bullfighting swords. The gates are at the front of a huge and secluded estate. The Nova that Pike followed from Kimberly's house came here. Pike describes the layout of the estate and gives Elvis the license number of the Nova. The address belongs to Domingo Garcia Duran, the Dom that Kimberly described.

In Chapter 17, Pike drops Elvis off at the office. Elvis thinks over the case. He calls a friend at a newspaper, Eddie Ditko, and asks about Domingo Duran. Domingo is a wealthy retired bullfighter. He seems clean on paper, but he's been seen with gangster Rudy Gambino. Then, Elvis calls Poitras and leaves a message. He calls Janet, but she doesn't want to see him. She...

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