Ordinary Grace - Chapters 30 - 34 Summary & Analysis

William Kent Krueger
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After Frank meets Gus’s girlfriend, Ginger French, on her horse ranch, Frank and Jake rush over to the church basement to eavesdrop on their father’s conversation with Karl. Karl apologizes for getting drunk at the party and not watching out for Ariel. She was his best friend, only true friend. He did not get her pregnant because he’s gay. Karl blames God for not making him like other boys. Nathan assures Karl that he never thought he killed Ariel. Jake tells Doyle that they heard Karl’s confession to their father and that Karl is gay and not a murderer. Late, Doyle spreads the word around town that Karl is gay.

Frank is especially troubled that he and Jake had fun and forgot about Ariel. He feels like crying when he looks down into the grave where Ariel will be...

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