A Study in Charlotte - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Bryony’s living room is empty except for a man sitting in a velvet armchair. He is a well-dressed nerd smoking a cigarette. This is obviously Charlotte’s brother Milo, the very intelligent a powerful young man. The two siblings immediately start bickering. Milo suggests that Bryony may be working for August, and Charlotte disagrees. Milo tells the teens he has moved Bryony’s things and will look for evidence there, but Charlotte convinces them to put everything back as it had been. There is a GPS on Bryony’s car and everything seems to be in order, so Jamie returns to campus to collect his belongings.

Back at the dorm, a policeman escorts Tom and Jamie to their dorm room, which is still a huge mess from when Jamie tore it to shreds searching for the tapping devices. When Tom sees the mess...

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