Trouble Is My Business - Finger Man: Chapters Four and Five Summary & Analysis

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Finger Man: Chapters Four and Five Summary

Marlowe wakes up cold, wet and with a splitting headache. He crosses the street and gets into his car, driving down the main drag to town. A sedan matching Lou's is parked in front of the drugstore and Marlowe reaches into it to confirm it is registered to Lou before going into the drugstore. He buys a bottle of rye and a cup of black coffee, mixing the two liberally together. Casually, he asks the other patron if the car outside is his, and he claims it belongs to his brother. Marlowe offers him a drink, telling him that his brother is an old friend of his. He accepts and before long admits that he made a deal with Lou, trading his cab for his car. He is supposed to go the Hotel...

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