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The Big Bad Wolf Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapters 29, 30, 31, 32 Summary

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Part 2, Chapters 29, 30, 31, 32 Summary

The Couple is in Newport, Rhode Island posing as a gay couple in a gay club. They spy their target: a handsome, young, Brad Pitt look-alike named Benjamin. Following him into the men's room, they accost him and put a chemical-filled cloth over his mouth. After he loses consciousness, they carry him out to the parking lot.

Benjamin had been purchased by a man living on a farm near Webster, New Hampshire. The man's name was Mr. Potter and he was a professor of English at Dartmouth. When Benjamin is delivered, wearing only a silver thong and bound and gagged, Mr. Potter is pleased with his purchase. Benjamin is terrified. Potter tries to assuage his fears by whispering to him and kissing the gag over his mouth.

In another part of the country, Audrey Meek watches her demented captor cook her a breakfast of her...

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