In the Midst of Winter - Section 4, p. 113 – 146 Summary & Analysis

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Lucia, Richard, Evelyn: Brooklyn. Lucia joins Richard and Evelyn for breakfast, where she and Richard start making plans to report the accident to the police. Evelyn reacts badly to this idea, eventually confessing that there is a dead body in the trunk of the car: she found it when she was loading in some shopping. Lucia persuades Richard to go outside with her and confirm what Evelyn said, which he does. Lucia then persuades Richard that the only thing to do is get rid of both the car and the body, saying that Evelyn (as an undocumented immigrant) would be likely to get into serious trouble. Richard protests, but is eventually won over. Meanwhile, Evelyn identifies the body as that of Kathryn Brown, the young woman who works as a physiotherapist for the son (Frankie) of Frank and Cheryl Leroy, who is afflicted...

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