Lost and Found - Chapter Twenty-Eight: Laura; Chapter Twenty-Nine: Cassie; and Chapter Thirty: Juliet Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty-Eight: Laura; Chapter Twenty-Nine: Cassie; and Chapter Thirty: Juliet Summary

Laura and Carl talk to a self proclaimed poet laureate who helps them with their clue. Their destination is the Ballydugan Weavers House which is part of the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum outside Belfast. Abby and Justin, as well as Cassie and Juliet are on the same flight. Cassie teases her mother about the poet laureate who helped them, and remembered her fondly. Since the mood is light and pleasant, Laura tells Cassie that she thinks they should write a letter to be read in the future, and Cassie is furious. She is unapproachable on the plane, and Carl distracts Laura from her daughter by showing her that condensation is causing snow to fall on them. Without over thinking it, she leans over and...

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