Dead End in Norvelt - Chapters 25 and 26 Summary & Analysis

Jack Gantos
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Chapters 25 and 26 Summary

Chapter 25

Mr. Greene wrote an editorial the next day announcing that an investigation into the deaths of the old ladies had been launched. Miss Volker was upset. She was going to write a letter to Greene and straighten him out. She wrote that everyone should accept the death of a few old ladies. The focus should be on keeping the town ALIVE. The history of Norvelt must be reserved.

Mrs. Gantos was afraid her dinners somehow killed the old ladies. Jack and Mr. Gantos teased her about going to jail. Mrs. Gantos had a gut feeling there was something to the murder talk. Mr. Gantos still wanted to move. He pointed out that they could sell their house to Mr. Huffer. That night in bed, Jack thought about whether the old women were murdered. Who would have killed them? Mr. Huffer...

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