Innocent Blood - Book 1, Proof of Identity: Chapters 10-16 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Proof of Identity: Chapters 10-16 Summary

In chapter ten, Philippa travels to Melcombe to visit her mother, taking a full day and exploring York on the way. Philippa watches the others on the bus and discovers that many of them have brought gifts for the inmates, but she has nothing. Upon arriving at the prison, Philippa is shown into a lounge to wait and finds herself waiting a long time. Just as Philippa is convinced that her mother has decided not to see her, she walks in. Mary Ducton is a slight woman with hair the same color as Philippa's. They go outside and walk as they talk. Mary Ducton asks Philippa if she knows about her adoption and Philippa says she does, assuming Mary Ducton is referring to the murder. They discuss the flat and Mary Ducton agrees...

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