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Trouble Is My Business: Chapters Three and Four Summary

Philip drives to the El Milano and unsuccessfully tries to bribe his way in to see Miss Huntress. Then he walks around front and asks to see her, identifying himself as Marty Estel. He refuses to give his real name and the house man, Mr. Hawkins, invites him to step into his office. It takes only a few minutes, and a ten dollar bill to talk his way in. Huntress gives Marlowe a drink and is unflappable, even when asked what it would take to have her leave Jeeter's junior alone. She tells him fifty grand and Marlowe counters with five hundred, making her laugh. He tells her about Arbogast and it is clear that his involvement and death are news to her. She explains that Jeeter ruined her...

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