Shakespeare's Landlord - Chapter Six Summary & Analysis

Charlaine Harris
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Chapter Six Summary

The next morning after a workout, Lily runs into Marcus Jefferson and his little boy, Kenya. Marcus had a disagreement with Pardon about having his little boy over. Pardon insisted that the apartments were for adults only. This was a point of contention with Marcus. Lily hurries on to her first appointment for the day—at the Drinkwater's house. As usual, they had left the back door open for her. She is upstairs and had been cleaning for about fifteen minutes when the squeak of the downstairs floorboards tells her that someone else is in the house. Lily readies herself to be on the attack should the person come up the steps. Suddenly, she hears the back door shut. She runs down but the person has disappeared in the thick woods behind the house.

Lily locks the door and starts...

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