Breath, Eyes, Memory - Book 4, Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 35 Summary

As soon as she gets home, Joseph plays a message for her from the machine. It is Marc asking her to return his call. He says it is about her mother. Sophie calls him back, but he is not home. She is hysterical. When she finally does talk to him, all he says is he is sorry. She begs to speak to her mother, asking where she is, if she is in the hospital. Joseph says no; she is in the morgue. That morning, he found her on the floor of the bathroom. She had stabbed herself in the stomach seventeen times with a rusty knife.

Sophie goes to Brooklyn, leaving Brigitte with Joseph. She will not let him come with her. Marc asks her to find something for her mother to be buried in. Sophie chooses a bright red two-piece suit, the reddest of...

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