Murder as a Fine Art - Chapter 14: The Woman of Sorrows Summary & Analysis

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De Quincey runs as fast as he can manage, taking a sip of laudanum now and then to soothe the strain on his body. He makes it to Oxford Street, down an alley, and through a hole in the fence before going down further still into a tunnel which leads him into another tunnel. Here, bodies sleep. He settles himself among the beggars, taking heat from them.

Emily, Ryan, and Becker return to Scotland Yard passing Margaret on the bench as they head in toward a room. Margaret wakes, and the Constable tells Ryan she’s been waiting for him since the day before. She struggles with telling of her story until Ryan and Becker leave her alone with Emily. Then, she confesses all.

Afterward, Emily tells Ryan that Margaret needs a church. Ryan takes them to Westminster Abbey. Emily...

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