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Trouble Is My Business: Chapters Five and Six Summary

George drives them back to Marlowe's where they drink the remainder of Harriet's Scotch. George is convinced that Frisky and Waxnose intended to rob Jeeter senior. They talk idly until the phone rings again. An English butler puts Jeeter senior on the phone who is furious that they still haven't arrived. Philip recaps the day and finishes by telling Jeeter that if he wants to be the one to make all the decisions, he should find someone else. He asks Jeeter if he's seen any policemen that evening, and confused, he asks why. Marlowe tells him about their encounter with Frisky and Waxnose. Jeeter is losing control, insisting that Philip come to his home immediately, but Marlowe simply tells him that George will explain everything and hangs up. He...

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