Mr. Murder - Part One: Section One: Chapters 9 - 16 Summary & Analysis

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Part One: Section One: Chapters 9 - 16 Summary

Paige listens to the recording Marty made in his fugue and after two minutes shuts it off. Five minutes still remain, Marty explains. He has gone through his medical journal, and lists the causes he has found for this kind of state. She adds that it could also be psychological, but that is no comfort. The most likely culprit in his mind is a brain tumor. Shortly after midnight, Marty climbs the stairs and watches his girls sleep, thinking about fate. The next day Marty and Paige take the girls out for dinner and then to the zoo. Marty is his usual self and they all have a good time. He continues his Christmas story for them that night. Paige and the children leave for the day, in the morning and Marty awaits...

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