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I Know What You Did Last Summer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16. Summary

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Chapter 16. Summary

Even though it is a beautiful spring evening and all is going well, Julie's mother feels on edge. She has had these feelings off and on through the years and they have usually signaled some sort of mishap. But not always, so tonight Mrs. James just doesn't know what to think, but she is pretty sure, based on Julie's behavior a few nights ago, nearly pleading that she loved her, that something is going to happen tonight. While Julie is getting ready for her date with Bud, Mrs. James waits.

At the River's house supper is finishing up and Elsa and her parents talk about Helen's good fortune. Elsa begrudges Helen's good looks and success and believes she doesn't help the family enough. She says she is glad that Helen's boyfriend was hurt and stomps away.

Walking into the hospital during visiting hours, Barry's mother expresses her...

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