The Face on the Milk Carton - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

Before leaving for a road trip with Reeve, Janie drops her book bag on the floor, exposing the milk carton. No one seems to notice it except for her. Reeve is delighted to have Janie's company during the drive. He talks constantly about his family, and Janie is content to listen. Janie admits that she looked up information about the kidnapping in the newspaper. Reeve tries to distract her by changing the subject. After flirting with each other over lunch, they reach a state park where they lie in the sun together. Reeve confesses that he called his sister, Lizzie, who is a lawyer to ask for her advice about the Springs. Having grown up with the Johnsons, neither Lizzie nor Reeve can believe that the Johnsons would kidnap Janie. He explains that Lizzie thinks it was Hannah that kidnapped Janie from the shopping center and brought...

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