The Risk Pool - Chapters 16-20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16-20 Summary

Chapter sixteen opens in February at the Mohawk Grill with Sam trying to talk the bookie, Untemeyer, into making a bet on the weather in Phoenix. They often eat dinner together at the Mohawk Grill or at Eileen's. When Sam doesn't show up, Ned eats dinner by himself in the apartment. Ned likes dinner at Eileen's the least, because it always breaks down into a fight between Sam, Drew, and Eileen. When they're hanging out at the Mohawk Grill, Sam teaches his son how to play Liars with two dollar bills. A few days later, Sam suddenly has money again. They stop at the market on the way to Eileen's and buy a bunch of expensive roasts for dinner. Sam leaves his car right in front of the garage at the Littler house. This infuriates Drew, who tries to blast through...

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