The Vig - Chapters 19-21 Summary & Analysis

John Lescroart
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Chapters 19-21 Summary

In Chapter 19, Frannie begins feeling guilty about her relationship with Hardy since her husband has only been dead a few months. Hardy leaves Frannie's house and returns to his own, struggling with his own feelings for both Frannie and Jane. Glitsky learns that the charges against Valenti and Raines have been dropped. His lieutenant asks Glitsky to please remain with the SFPD, suggesting this victory shows things are changing. Louis Baker attempts to kill himself to avoid returning to prison.

In Chapter 20, Ray Weir goes to the bank and learns that Maxine and Ingraham cashed the insurance check together. Hardy begins thinking about Ingraham's car and is bothered by the fact that Ingraham made a big show of coming to the Little Shamrock on the bus. Baker claims however that he had a car that day. Hardy is also bothered by how Ingraham knows so...

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