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The Vig Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 4-6 Summary

John Lescroart
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Chapters 4-6 Summary

In Chapter 4, Glitsky goes to speak to Baker's parole officer and finds him to be disrespectful, overworked, and unconcerned. However, Baker does check in with him when he is supposed to, showing that Baker is following his parole rules. Instead of going to interview Baker, Glitsky decides to talk to the husband of Maxine Weir, the woman who was killed on Ingraham's barge.

Hardy goes downtown to retrieve his confiscated gun. While waiting for the paperwork to go through, Hardy visits the DA's offices. Hardy speaks to an old friend, Art Drysdale, who tells him to speak to Tony Feeney if he wants to talk to someone who disliked Ingraham. Feeney tells Hardy that Ingraham once made accusations against a cop over the killing of a criminal that the same cop had been cleared on once before. Feeney received the case and it nearly ruined...

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