Gone for Good - Chapters 21 through 28 Summary & Analysis

Harlan Coben
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Chapters 21 through 28 Summary

In chapter twenty-one, Pistillo gives Will only the bare facts, adding that if Will had been more forthcoming with his information, Sheila might have been saved. Will cannot help considering that "for the second time someone had murdered the woman I love." In chapter twenty-two, Katy walks in on an argument between her mother and father. Mr. Miller is angry that Mrs. Miller took a casserole to the Klein house. Katy notes that, as a rule over the years, every time there is an argument between them involving Julie's death, her parents walk away from each other and refuse to talk about it. This time is no different and she can hear her father sobbing in the room that was once Julie's bedroom but that her father has turned into an office. Katy packs a bag and prepares to leave home...

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