Innocent Blood - Book 3, Act of Violence: Chapter 12 and Book 4, Epilogue at Evensong: Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Act of Violence: Chapter 12 and Book 4, Epilogue at Evensong: Chapter 1 Summary

In chapter twelve, Philippa walks into the flat to find Norman sitting beside her mother. Mary Ducton's throat has been slashed, but there is no blood. Philippa realizes her mother took an overdose of drugs. There is a suicide note in which she tells Philippa she loves her. Philippa takes Norman into the kitchen where he is sick. Philippa then tells him to leave, that she will take the blame for the cuts on her mother's throat. Philippa then calls Maurice, who deals with the police and then removes all evidence of Mary Ducton and the flat, minus the Henry Walton painting, from Philippa's life.

In the epilogue, a year has past and Philippa is now a student at King's. Norman Scase has...

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