The Woman Who Lost Her Soul - Book 4, Part 1, Chapters 35 – 41 Summary & Analysis

Bob Shacochis
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Chapter 35 – This brief chapter reintroduces Eville Burnette into the narrative. Narration describes his caddying relationship with the Friends of Golf, powerful American politician/spies each with strong religious faith, and each with deep, tightly networked ties of political and military influence. One of them is Steven Chambers (Stjepan Kovacevic), Dottie’s father.

Chapter 36 (February, 1996) – Narration in this chapter describes how Burnette came to be in Haiti in Book 1 – as the result of a three-way golf course conversation and deal between himself, Chambers, and a gruff, racist Colonel. The deal results in Burnette being promoted to Captain, being sent to Haiti to look into the Jacques LeCouer rebellion, to keep an eye on a drug shipment (the shipment alluded to in Book 1, Part 3, Chapter 8), and to keep an eye on Chambers’ daughter. Narration also describes Burnette’s grudging admiration for Tom Harrington and...

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