The Widening Gyre - Chapter 26-27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 26-27 Summary

The next morning, Spenser notices that the two men are following him again, more closely and aggressively this time. He pulls over to speak with them, and they ask him to come see Congressman Browne. Spenser joins them and they drive to Browne's office. Browne greets Spenser and asks him to halt his investigation of Gerry Broz. Spenser refuses. Browne threatens that both he and Joe Broz can cause a lot of trouble for Spenser, and Spenser realizes that Joe Broz does not know about his son's activities. If Joe knew, Spenser would not be sitting in Browne's office, but rather in the back of Joe Broz's car. Incensed and afraid, Browne ends the meeting.

Spenser and Susan spend an idyllic weekend together at the National Gallery and in Spenser's hotel. On Monday, Spenser drives her to work and leaves her...

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