Bitter Fruit - Part 3, Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 28 Summary

Silas sits quietly on the veranda. "The grief was in his heart now, a dull, embedded presence, as if he had just detected something wrong with its beat. But it was grief, undeniable sorrow, that sense of loss he had sworn he would never succumb to. Lydia had finally left him" (pg. 271-2). He does not know where she is and her car is gone. He wonders if he could track her down and pretend that he was concerned for her safety, but Silas realizes that it is too late. The scene on the billiard table was her public declaration of freedom.

Silas hears a noise. Vinu emerges from the dark, striking at him, telling him that she did not tell him to. She asks him why. Silas tells her that he is not Michael. She looks at him and slumps...

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