All Is Not Forgotten - Chapters 30 - 32 Summary & Analysis

Wendy Walker
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Forrester noted at the start of Chapter 30 that he did not realize he would not see Sean again before the story ends. He made a paragraph of notes, nothing more than sentence fragments, to inform the reader that Parsons reluctantly began investigating Bob, Bob lied about his alibi, Charlotte started to think he was guilty, Bob’s wife covered for him and the lawyer protected him. Forrester continued his work with Jenny, and Sean believed Bob raped Jenny. Forrester grew tired of Tom’s insistence over the shirt. Tom insisted that by talking to the students whose faces were visible, they could identify the boy. Forrester said the investigators probably did not do that because the kids would think they had started a witch hunt. During Tom’s session, he told Forrester that he was tired of dealing with his emotional problems and...

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