The Monkey's Raincoat - Chapters 28-30 Summary & Analysis

Robert Crais
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Chapters 28-30 Summary

In Chapter 28, Elvis drives to his office. He sits and waits. Three hours later the Eskimo calls and reprimands Elvis, saying that they know Ellen is at his house. The Eskimo tells him to go home. Elvis calls and warns Pike that the house is being watched and then he goes home. He gives Ellen the clothes and personal items he picked up at her house. Pike makes dinner. Soon, the telephone rings and a man says to put Ellen on the phone to talk to Perry. When they do, the men begin to hurt Perry and make him scream. After Elvis gets on the phone, a man warns him not to screw up again. Perry is still screaming in the background.

In Chapter 29, Elvis tells Ellen about the case being turned over to Special Operations. Elvis is planning to find...

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