Rebecca - Study Guide Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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The news of the discovery of Rebecca's boat and her body is all over the newspapers. A formal inquest is set to be held in the next town. A jury will hear the evidence and rule over the cause of her death. Mrs. de Winter comes with Maxim and Frank to the inquiry however when they arrive, she decides to wait in the car. After awhile she decides to walk around and a police officer, recognizing her, leads her to a small waiting room. The police officer tells her that she could enter the proceedings without being seen, it was almost over and Maxim had already spoken.

She enters the proceedings and finds a seat in the back. James Tabb, the man who refurbished the boat for Rebecca was the last one to give his testimony. He testifies that the vessel is seaworthy and he is upset...

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