Ordinary Grace - Chapters 14 - 18 Summary & Analysis

William Kent Krueger
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Frank and Jake and their friends ride their bikes to the old stone quarry south of town to swim. Morris is there. He and his girlfriend call Ariel a “skag” and tell the boys to get lost. Frank and Morris have words and get into a physical fight which lands them in the water. Morris is flailing because he can’t swim. Frank pulls him to safety. Morris vows to kill Frank. Ruth and Ariel leave for the final rehearsal of the chorale that Ariel composed. It’s to be the highlight of the Independence Day celebration. Nathan brought his friend, Father Peter, a young local priest home to have dinner with the boys. Frank overhears Father Peter telling Nathan that people in his congregation are talking about Ruth’s drinking and smoking and how she shirks her duties at the Women’s...

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