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The Nice and the Good Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 Summary

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Chapter 13 Summary

Back in London, Ducane is trying to find where McGrath lives so that he can surprise him with a visit. His inquiry is so far getting nowhere and Octavian is getting nervous about giving a report to the Prime Minister. The newspaper hasn't printed the story, Helen of Troy can't be traced and permission to search Radeechy's house hasn't come through.

Finding the address, Ducane climbs the stairs and rings the bell. A woman answers and Ducane says he wants to see McGrath. He enters the door to find a tall woman with a dark complexion and a towel on her head. She looks Indian. She asks him if he is the police and then tells him that McGrath isn't there. She invites him to wait. Ducane feels at ease with her and after looking at her more thinks that she may be some sort of Celt...

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