The Racketeer - Chapters 41, 42, 43, 44 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 41, 42, 43, 44 Summary

In chapter forty-one, Max is enjoying his time in Antigua. He visits the Royal Bank of the East Caribbean where he has rented two large lockboxes. He leaves some cash and papers, but the boxes will soon be the home to the gold bars.

The packages begin to arrive at his villa. The gold has made it safely. He puts the nine gold bars that have arrived so far in the bank.

Max sends another e-mail to Stanley Mumphrey and Victor Westlake. He knows their initial reaction was to want to indict him and Quinn Rucker. He warns them he will disappear again because he is not going back to prison. He sends them three photos of cigar boxes. He mentions that these are the brand Judge Fawcett liked to smoke. He says the box in the photo was taken from Judge Fawcett's safe and is now...

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