Trouble Is My Business - Goldfish: Chapters Four - Six Summary & Analysis

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Goldfish: Chapters Four - Six Summary

Marlowe heads for the Quorn Building where Rush Madder keeps his office in room 619. Marlowe asks about stones, and the wren who called him, but Madder acts as though he is confused as Marlow dials the police station in front of him. Before they answer Madder comes clean, telling Marlowe that his friend Carol Donovan picked up Peeler one night after he was well into the drugs and talking about pearls. He talked about a guy but gave no definitive details. Madder tells Marlowe he can get fifty thousand for the pearls and they can split it fifty fifty if they work together. He's happy to cut Carol out, he adds, pouring them both a drink.

Philip soon understands that there is a reason his drink tastes so bad, and he realizes that Rush switched...

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