Trouble Is My Business - Goldfish: Chapters One - Three Summary & Analysis

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Goldfish: Chapters One - Three Summary

Marlowe is just considering leaving for lunch when Kathy Horne comes in. She asks him if he's ever heard of the Leander pearls. He hasn't and she asks if he'd be interested in making a cut of around twenty five grand. Then she tells him a story about two cons, a robbery and a murder. The story begins nineteen years earlier, and Kathy describes the mail car theft that led to Wally Sype's arrest and conviction. Kathy asks Marlowe to go and talk to Peeler who is boarding at her place, and knows the current location of Wally. He promises her that if the tip pans out, she will be entitled to a full third of any money they get.

Marlowe drives to Kathy Horne's house and uses her key to enter the right side...

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