Shakespeare's Landlord - Chapter Three Summary & Analysis

Charlaine Harris
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Chapter Three Summary

Chief Friedrich is right on time for their interview. As Lily shows him in, she sees that he is taking in her sparsely furnished living room. Although she does not have much furniture, what she has is of good quality, bought on sale. The Chief starts off the conversation confirming that she bought her house from Albee. He asks Lily what she does for a living. When she replies that she cleans houses, he seems to know more. She amends her statement by adding that she house sits, gets groceries in for neighbors, pet sits, and does other chores for which she is paid. She thinks back to when she first came to Shakespeare. She had lived on her savings until she decided what to do to support herself. Much of her savings had been depleted paying medical bills.

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