The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman - Book 3: The Plantation (The Samson House) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35. Jane and Tee Bob’s parrain (godfather), Jules Raynard, are drinking coffee and discussing Mary Agnes and Tee Bob when the young man dashes into the house and proceeds to lock himself away in the library. Clamp arrives with the news that Mary Agnes has been sexually assaulted. The scene soon turns to panic, and Raynard sends Robert to convince Tee Bob to come from the library. When the young man does not respond, Robert forces his way into the room with an axe, and the group discovers Tee Bob dead inside, the apparent victim of a self-inflicted stab wound to the stomach with a letter opener. Raynard retrieves a letter from the table and slips it into his pocket. He later reveals that the note was meant for Miss Amma Dean.

Jimmy Caya appears on the scene and, angry...

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