The Moonstone - Fifth Narrative, pgs. 484-502 Summary & Analysis

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Fifth Narrative, pgs. 484-502 Summary

The Fifth Narrative is by Franklin Blake. He begins by saying he has no memory of what happened while he was under the influence of the opium. He and Rachel are reconciled and happy. They wanted Ezra Jennings to come to London with them but he declined.

At the train station, they are alerted that Mr. Luker left his house in the company of two plainclothes police officers. They thing he may be going for the Diamond. They go to the bank and see him there. Bruff's men find Luker paid by check and received a receipt. Bruff and Blake had followed the wrong man and are eager to see how their associates made out. Back at Bruff's office, the find their second man has had no luck. The third man returns and says Mr. Luker went...

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