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Almost Heaven Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 33-36 and Epilogue Summary

Judith McNaught
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Chapters 33-36 and Epilogue Summary

Ian initiates an investigation into Elizabeth's disappearance as soon as he realizes she is gone. Within days the press gets a hold of the story and begins to circulate theories regarding the disappearance. Most of the theories center around the idea that Ian murdered Elizabeth when she stumbled on proof that Ian also murdered her brother. Soon even the police begin to believe this theory. Ian, knowing he did not hurt Elizabeth, becomes convinced that she ran away with another man. Heartbroken, Ian buries himself in his work, refusing to grieve for a woman who could walk away from him so easily. At the same time, Ian is charged with the murders of Elizabeth and her brother Robert and put on trial before the House of Lords. At the same time, Elizabeth is living in a small seaside town waiting for...

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