Innocent Blood - Book 2, An Order of Release: Chapters 1-7 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, An Order of Release: Chapters 1-7 Summary

In chapter one, Norman travels to York station to watch for Mary Ducton. When she appears, Norman is shocked to find someone waiting for her. Norman follows them onto the train to London and tries to stay inconspicuous as he attempts to figure out the relationship between the two women. It seems clear to them, based on their appearance, that they are related .Norman realizes the new woman must be Mary Ducton's daughter, even though a child was never mentioned in all the publicity surrounding her trial. Norman manages to read a name on the woman's bag before she disembarks from the train. Norman attempts to follow them through King's Station, but loses them when they board another train. In chapter two, Norman goes home and traces the subway routes on...

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