Shakespeare's Landlord - Chapter Nine Summary & Analysis

Charlaine Harris
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Chapter Nine Summary

Lily makes a statement to the police about Norvel's attack and the doll left on her car. She contemplates whether she should move on to another town now that her past has been exposed. But she's established a life in ,and perhaps her past will always catch up with her regardless of where she lives. Joel McCorkindale stops by and has an awkward meeting with Lily. He asks her to not press charges against Norvel. Lily responds that she will prosecute him to the full extent of the law. She chides the minister for allowing Norvel to deteriorate right under his nose. He makes a not so subtle threat that her violent past may force her to leave town. She threatens right back, promising to sue him for libel if he dares to try and get her employers to fire her...

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