Magpie Murders - “Four: A Boy Summary & Analysis

Anthony Horowitz
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In the section “Four: A Boy,” Pünd woke with a headache. He knew it was only a premonition of how bad his life would become because of his tumor. While he waited for his pain medicine to take effect, he thought of how he had lost his faith in God while in the concentration camps. He made a promise to himself that he would repay Joy the debt for not having listened to her. Over breakfast, Pünd told Fraser he intended to begin the day by talking to Joy.

Pünd started his discussion with Joy by apologizing to her for cutting her off so quickly when she came to him for help. They arranged a meeting with Robert so that Pünd could question him. Joy promised to see that Robert came. When Joy had to step away from...

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