Time and Again - Chapters 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 14 and 15 Summary

Chapter 14 - From a hiding place across the street from the meeting place defined in Katie's letter, Si watches as Jake waits for Carmody. Carmody arrives, and he and Jake cross the street to a park bench. Si slips out of his hiding place and behind a statue near the bench. He listens as Carmody and Jake first argue politely over whether their conversation should be conducted in such a place, where no one in their right mind would be sitting at this time of year, and then get down to business. Jake explains that he works as a clerk in City Hall with the express intention of discovering the whereabouts and activities of the participants in a fraud scandal related to a group of businessmen called The Tweed Ring. He tells how his investigations have, for the most part, led...

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