The Monkey's Raincoat - Chapters 34-36 Summary & Analysis

Robert Crais
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Chapters 34-36 Summary

Chapter 34 begins early the next morning, as it begins to drizzle. Around four in the morning, Elvis and Pike gather food and weapons, and they head to Griffith Park with Ellen.

In Chapter 35, Elvis, Pike, and Ellen arrive at Griffith Park. They pick the lock on the gate to the observatory, locking it behind them, and park on a fire road that gives them a good view of the area. They observe the early morning activity of the park. A ranger comes and unlocks the observatory gate. Cops come and talk to a boy in a VW bus that seems to have been there all night. Bicyclists, cars, runners, and pedestrians pass through. A man in a Cadillac meets a male prostitute in the restroom. Near ten o'clock, Duran's men start arriving. A limo joins them, and Pike goes to investigate...

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