The Twisted Window - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

After leaving the school, Brad goes to a phone booth to look up Tracy's address. After finding it, he fills his time by going to the movies and a mall, where he sees a display of handguns. Brad wishes he had one instead of the hunting rifle he brought from Albuquerque, but decides against buying one, as he is unfamiliar with gun laws in Texas. When he observes a group of boys engaged in horseplay at the high school, he struggles to recall a time when he was carefree, but he does remember good times in New Mexico with a friend named Jamie Hanson.

Brad spots Tracy walking home on his way back to the Trade Winds Motel. He follows her, but resists calling out to her. When Tracy breaks into a run, he is stunned because he has done nothing to give...

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