Bitter Fruit - Part 1, Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 9 Summary

Lydia receives a letter from Martha in Toronto, but the letter is addressed to her maiden name and it's taken the hospital a while to figure out whom the letter was for. Lydia knows that someone has opened it because it has been resealed with tape. She remembers how the postman used to avert his eyes when he delivered their mail in the township. Since she hadn't known about Silas's underground work at the time, Lydia realizes that she had been exposed anytime a man came to the house whether he was; a meter-reader, a postal worker, or municipal inspectors, any one of them could have been an assassin or a rapist who could have used her and Mikey to get to Silas.

Martha writes that Mireille had received a call early in the morning that Martha thinks was from Mikey...

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