Presumption of Guilt - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

The 10-year-old boy inside Beth's house is Jimmy Westin. Bill sent him there to find some papers and tapes. When Jimmy hears a car pull into the driveway, he hides upstairs in the attic. Jimmy takes a step but the floor creaks so he stops. He takes a flashlight out of his backpack and sees there is a window he can use to escape. He feels as if all the heat in Florida is in the attic with him. He takes another step and the floor doesn't creak, but when he gets to the window, it is stuck shut. He thinks about how he has to get back to the home so that Lisa doesn't take the brunt of his punishment. He hears Beth's puppy and hopes the puppy doesn't lead her to the attic. He hears Beth go to her...

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