Trouble Is My Business - Goldfish: Chapters Seven - Nine Summary & Analysis

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Goldfish: Chapters Seven - Nine Summary

Sunset accompanies Marlowe back to his room where he asks why Peeler didn't come and Marlowe's answer is cryptic. He asks what the top price is, and isn't pleased to hear it is twenty five grand. When Marlowe asks him outright where the 'old guy' was, he knows he's made a mistake. Peeler had that information, and by association, Marlowe should have had as well so he is forced to admit that Peeler is dead. In one second, Sunset is holding a gun, and presses Marlowe for details. They talk about how the twenty five grand will be split, Sunset telling him that his fifty percent is a given. Marlowe doesn't agree, and tells him three are involved all together providing the competition is held at bay. He describes Rush and Carol and then Sunset...

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