Shakespeare's Landlord - Chapter Ten Summary & Analysis

Charlaine Harris
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Chapter Ten Summary

While cleaning the Althaus home, Lily ponders the list of suspects. It is almost a certainty that the killer was an apartment house resident. The Yorks were out of town, the Chief is not suspect, certainly not old Mrs. Hofstettler. Lily could not envision Deedra whacking Pardon over the head. That leaves Tom O'Hagen and Marcus Jefferson. O'Hagen was open about Pardon's house being in disarray when he stopped by. Would he have mentioned that at all were he the killer? Marcus had a disagreement with Pardon about his child being allowed to stay with him. But would that lead him to murder Pardon? The drunken Norvel had no known issue with Pardon. Besides, Norvel was probably not strong enough to wage the violent attack that killed Pardon. No one had a motive—the act was one of impulse. Pardon...

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