Are You in the House Alone? - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Richard Peck
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Chapter 10 Summary

Gail wakes in the Oldfield Hospital. Gail thinks she hears a man crying but can only see a doctor that introduces himself as the emergency room doctor. When Gail admits that she is fully awake, Dr. Reynolds talks to her and examines her. Gail realizes that although she does not remember the incident, she knows that Phil raped her after he hit her in the head. Dr. Reynolds performs a pelvic exam on Gail while the nurse standing by tries to console and comfort her. Dr. Reynolds also gives Gail some Valium so she can rest. Before she fell asleep, Gail overheard the doctor mention to the nurse something about sperm and calling the police. Gail thinks to herself that it is about time that someone brings the police into this matter and then drifts into sleep. When she woke up again, Gail...

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