Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story - Chapters 7-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 7-12 Summary

The "rest of the story" in Chapter 7 is quite unusual. The story tells how a woman plots to fake her own death to frame her adulterous husband. The plot isn't solid, however. She leaves the ignition key off when she pushes her own car over a cliff and even left her coat in the car. The part she forgot is that she has no where to hide because she is famous. That's the rest of the story. The woman who tried unsuccessfully to frame her husband was mystery writer Agatha Christie.

"For Love of Jim" is the Chapter 8 story. When Jim loses both legs while working on the railroad, his friend Jack steps in to help him recover. He does whatever he can to make the transition easier for his friend Jim. Jim is reassigned to a new job and Jack goes along to help...

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