Trouble Is My Business - Red Wind: Chapters Four and Five Summary & Analysis

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Red Wind: Chapters Four and Five Summary

Philip goes with Detective Copernik to the station where a stenographer takes their statement. Photos are taken of Copernik and Marlowe, and it is nearly midnight by the time Phillip returns home. As he fumbles for keys, a voice in the darkness says 'Please' and Philip walks over to where the woman sits in her car. She drives down the block, parking again before asking what happened. Philip tells her that he kept her name out of it all. Grateful, she introduces herself as Mrs. Frank C. Barsaly and tells Philip she returned for her pearls. Lola tells him that she had come to purchase a string of pearls from Joseph Coates (Waldo) that evening. They weren't on him, and she wonders if they are in his apartment. He boldly kisses her and...

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