The New York Trilogy - Study Guide Locked Room, Chapters 1-2 Summary & Analysis

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The Locked Room is the third part of the New York Trilogy. The author begins by talking about his boyhood friend named Fanshawe. They were c lose as children and then went their separate ways them they grew older. One day the author receives a letter from a woman named Sophie Fanshawe, who was Fanshawe's wife. Her husband has disappeared and they thought he was dead. This was seven years ago.

Sophie said her husband went to New Jersey to visit his mother and did not return. She found that he had never arrived at his mother's house. After two weeks, she contacted the police and then hired a private detective named Quinn, who worked on the case for five or six weeks before giving up. After the birth of the baby, she accepted the fact that Fanshawe was gone. Fanshawe...

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