Kildee House - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Rutherford George Montgomery
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Chapter 5 Summary

The next morning, Jerome wakes up and gets right out of bed. Since he has retired, he usually lazes in bed for a while before he rises. But not this morning. He is anxious to get back to work on Charmine's monument. He makes eggs and bacon for himself and Old Grouch. He feels sad that the young raccoons haven't returned yet. In the stone image of the raccoon, Jerome captures the exact coy expression that Charmine often had on her face. As he admires his work, a shadow appears across his doorway. Jerome is surprised to see that it is Donald Roger Cabot. Jerome is immediately upset since Emma Lou is expected at any time.

Donald Roger has come by to pay Jerome for killing his raccoon. Even when he offers one hundred dollars, Jerome turns him down. The money wouldn't replace the animal, he tells...

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