Trouble Is My Business - Goldfish: Chapters Ten - Twelve Summary & Analysis

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Goldfish: Chapters Ten - Twelve Summary

The room is filled with fish tanks containing Japanese Veiltails, X-ray fish, guppies and calico popeyes and more. A tall man stands at a table, scraping white fungus from a small red fish. When Marlowe calls him Sype, he tells Philip that he's been pardoned and just wants to be left alone. He says he's done his time and doesn't have the pearls. Philip reminds him of Peeler Mardo. Sype pulls out a gun just as Marlowe registers the fact that a car is pulling up outside. Knowing Sype is prepared to shoot him, Philip doesn't move, and just watches as three people come in.

Carol urges Mrs. Sype forward at gunpoint as Rush follows. Carol instructs Sype to kick over his gun, and then has Rush cover him while she disarms Marlowe but when...

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