Magpie Murders - “Intensive Care” – “Agios Nikolaos, Crete” Summary & Analysis

Anthony Horowitz
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In “Intensive Care,” Susan spent three days in the hospital with a skull fracture and broken ribs. Her eyesight was not back to normal and doctors worried it might be permanent. It was not until she was back home that Susan was ready to read the final chapter of Magpie Murders. Since she could still not see correctly, Andreas read it to her.

In “Seven: A Secret Never to be Told,” Pünd stopped at Mary’s grave; he believed her death had set everything in motion. Osborne joined him and Pünd decided to ask him about the things Mary had seen on his kitchen table. Because Osborne would not tell him, Pünd gave his theory, that Osborne and his wife were Naturalists and that Mary had seen nude pictures of them. They had loved Dingle Dell because...

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