The Rum Diary: The Long Lost Novel - Chapters 11-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11-12 Summary

The next day, Paul finds an apartment over someone's garage and pays the first months rent. Later Paul goes into the office and learns that Lotterman has found out about the bonds. Lotterman and Moberg had a huge fight in the office over it. Lotterman is afraid the check will bounce and cause him to lose what little is left of his reputation among the social elite in San Juan. Lotterman calls Paul into his office and asks him about the arrest. After Paul tells his story, Lotterman begins to complain about Yeamon suing him for severance and about the money problems of the paper. Afterward, Sanderson calls Paul and sets up a meeting between him and Zimburger the next morning. They meet and decide to fly to the island Thursday. Paul then arranges to meet Yeamon and Chenault on St...

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