Idaho: A Novel - 2012 Summary & Analysis

Emily Ruskovich
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Now that Wade is dead, Ann is even more bothered by the idea that her and her song may have been present in the truck with May on the day she died. He is dead, and he will never be able to comfort her by telling her that he does not blame her for anything. Ann feels lonely, trapped on a mountain that does not belong to her. She visits the post office and hangs yet another picture of June’s missing persons advertisement. When she leaves the post office, Ann sees a letter addressed to Wade and sent from June Bailey Roe. In the letter, June explains that she took Adam’s money because she was a single mother who needed the cash to help raise her daughter. She spent the money on her daughter Bailey’s education and healthcare. June believes this money...

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