Innocent Blood - Book 3, Act of Violence: Chapters 7-11 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Act of Violence: Chapters 7-11 Summary

In chapter seven, Mary Ducton gives Philippa a tunic she knitted for her herself. Philippa is very excited over the gift, feeling as though this is something normal mothers and daughters do together. As they talk about the tunic, the doorbell rings. Philippa answers it and finds a reporter standing at the door. The man forces his way inside, threatening to publish their address and Mary Ducton's name if she does not agree to an interview. Philippa takes a chisel and breaks the lock on the flat door, claiming that if the man writes about them in his paper she will call the police and claim he broke in to their apartment. Mary Ducton is frightened when he leaves and suggests they leave town. Philippa agrees and decides to go to Caldecote Terrace...

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