Trouble Is My Business - Trouble Is My Business: Chapters Seven and Eight Summary & Analysis

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Trouble Is My Business: Chapters Seven and Eight Summary

Marlowe rings the bell at the Jeeter mansion. A butler answers and after disappearing briefly, returns to escort Marlowe down what feels like a mile of hallway to a large sun room. On the other side he opens a wide door that Marlowe steps through. George is standing by the door in his uniform, and Harriet sits sipping a drink nearby. Still angry, Jeeter yells at the butler to leave before turning his attention to Marlowe. He rages until Marlowe reveals that he knows where Gerald is. Then he sits quietly while Marlowe lays out the entire affair, beginning with the notes that Marty Estel had on Gerald. He tells them about his visit to Arbogast, finding him shot dead with a .22 caliber pistol. Jeeter looks shocked. Marlowe speculates...

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