The Executioner's Song - Study Guide Book 1, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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In this part of Executioner's Song, Gary establishes himself as a child molester and an attempted child rapist. Barnett finishes the job that Gary starts with a 12-year-old girl, Rosebeth, whom Nicole and Gary invite into their bed. Nicole also has a homosexual relationship with the girl, delighting in teaching her the things that Uncle Lee taught her at six. The first tangible evidence of Gary's lust for underage girls - at least evidence witnessed by those who surrounded him - is at a family gathering. Garry asks 12-year-old Annette, a young granddaughter of Ida, not the girl who is ultimately violated, to baby-sit for Nicole's children while Nicole and he go up the canyon to party. Ida puts her foot down, saying Annette is too young for that responsibility.

Peter Galovan rents a cottage behind Vern and Ida. He is an uptight, unstable religious...

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