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Cradle and All Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book Two: Chapters 70-79 Summary

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Book Two: Chapters 70-79 Summary

Anne discovers Kathleen just in time. She uses her gun (authorized to her as a private investigator) to lethally shoot Mrs. Walsh. Kathleen is scared, and a little bruised, but otherwise she and the baby are unharmed. Anne is also upset at having to fire her weapon, although she recognizes that it was necessary. When she agreed to investigate Kathleen, she hadn't intended the need to shoot anyone. Word of the attempted homicide reaches the Vatican quickly. Church authorities decide that Rhode Island is no longer a safe place for Kathleen. A series of three sedans exit the home. One sedan evacuates Kathleen and Father Rosetti. A separate car drives away with Anne and Justin. The third is merely a distraction. The media pursue and the sedans assume different destinations. The plan works. The media are perplexed. Kathleen arrives at her...

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