Ninth Key - Chapters Thirteen - Fourteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Thirteen - Fourteen Summary

At the Beaumont mansion, in Chapter Thirteen, Mr. Beaumont does not eat dinner; he drinks a glass of red wine and sits with Tad and Susannah. After dinner, dessert and coffee, Tad passes out. When it is apparent that Tad's own father drugged him, Susannah tries to attack Mr. Beaumont with a clogged Mace canister. Susannah pulls the pencil from her bag, and stabs Mr. Beaumont in the chest. She thinks she has killed her boyfriend's father.

"How unpopular was that going to make me?" (p. 173) Susannah asks, in Chapter Fourteen, about her killing Tad's father. "Oh, God, why had I let Father Dom put that stupid vampire idea into my head? What kind of idiot believes in vampires? I must have been out of my mind." (p.175) When Marcus walks into the room, he confirms that...

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