Montana 1948 - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Larry Watson
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Chapter 3 Summary

In chapter three, David says that his family had planned to attend Marie's funeral but Marie's mother tells Wesley that they're taking Marie back to North Dakota for burial. Wesley says that he'd told her that Marie had friends in Montana and that this was also her home, but that Marie's mother "didn't want to hear." Gail asks Wesley to find out where they can send flowers. She adds that they have to "do something," and that sending flowers is the least they can do. Wesley counters, saying that he is working on the case. David says his father is putting in long hours on the case and that he sometimes comes home to make phone calls, apparently not wanting to be overheard.

On the Thursday after Marie's death, the rain forces David to remain inside and he's at home when Frank arrives...

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