Loitering with Intent - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

Fleur had been overwhelmed by the determination to become a victim of whatever Sir Quentin was up to. The news of Lady Bernice Gilbert's suicide both shocked and strengthened her. She returned to Sir Quentin's flat the following morning and felt sure that Sir Quentin had been using his influence to not only keep her novel from being published but that he was also using and stealing from it. Fleur was sure that Dottie was the one who had stolen her manuscript and she turned out to be correct in her assumption. She scolded herself for having been so free with her novel, telling herself she should never have made it known to Dottie in the first place, much less read any of it to her, though this was the custom of literary life at the time. When she arrived at Sir Quentin's...

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