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Sanibel Flats Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Twenty-One and Twenty-Two Summary

Randy Wayne White
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Chapter Twenty-One and Twenty-Two Summary

Ford is awake but he cannot seem to open his eyes and wonders if he is dead. Something is moving beside him and it is a woman. She is dressed in white and it is Pilar. She is kissing him and begging him to wake up. She tells him that she is frightened and admits to being the one that killed her husband with the bomb in his briefcase. In addition, she tells him that she set up the guards to break into their room while they were making love because she was scared that once she really loved him, she wouldn't have the strength to make him leave. She cannot accomplish what she needs to unless he left her. Her life is not her own and she hopes he will understand that. She tells him that she loves him and...

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