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The New York Trilogy Chapter Summary & Analysis - City of Glass, Chapter 1-2 Summary

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City of Glass, Chapter 1-2 Summary

The New York Trilogy by Paul Auster consists of three exciting detective stories: City of Glass, Ghosts, and The Locked Room. Each is a thriller that is brilliantly written and sure to hold the reader's interest. Auster's writing style raises the mystery to a new level, with the constant play on words.

City of Glass begins with a wrong number phone call in the middle of the night. Quinn didn't pay much attention to the call. As a mystery writer, he had a lot of time for other things and liked to walk around New York. Walking brought him peace of mind. He now writes mystery novels under the pen name William Wilson. His latest novel was completed two weeks earlier and he was now relaxing when the phone call came, asking for Paul Auster of the detective agency...

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