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Jerusalem Inn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part IV, Snowblind Summary

Martha Grimes
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Part IV, Snowblind Summary

In chapter ten, Melrose Plant, Vivian, Agatha and Melrose's butler, Ruthven, are driving toward Charles Seaingham's home when the blizzard gets so serious they can't see. They come to an inn and discover it's Jerusalem Inn. There, the typical evening's festivities are underway and the newcomers are barely given notice. Melrose asks the proprietor if he knows Charles Seaingham and is told they're on the right track. Melrose phones the Seaingham home and Charles promises to come get them in the Land Rover, saying that nothing less could make the trip under the current conditions. Melrose suggests that they might get a room at Jerusalem Inn for the night, a suggestion that upsets Agatha. Charles arrives after only a short wait, during which Melrose watches a game of snooker in the back room of the inn. As they leave, Charles predicts that they'll...

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