A Reliable Wife - Part 2 - St. Louis, Winter, 1908 - Chapters 10, 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

Robert Goolrick
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Part 2 - St. Louis, Winter, 1908 - Chapters 10, 11 and 12 Summary

Chapter 10: When Catherine arrives in St. Louis, she immediately feels the excitement of the city. She establishes herself in the high-end hotel that Truitt had booked for her and sets about making herself seem as quietly like the locals as she can - the right clothes, the right attitude, the right places at the right times. She meets with the private investigators (Malloy and Fisk) hired by Truitt to find Antonio and, while waiting for them to complete their investigation, fills her time at the public library, researching gardens in general and Italian secret gardens in particular, imagining herself recreating the garden in the Italian house. She also contemplates her relationship with Truitt, considering how much he seems to have enjoyed their nights of passion and how much she...

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