Sister: A Novel - Chapters Three and Four Summary & Analysis

Rosamund Lupton
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Chapters Three and Four Summary

In chapter three, DS Finborough and PC Vernon arrive at Tess's flat, greatly disappointing Bee, who hopes it is Tess arriving. They have come to tell Bee that Tess had already had the baby and that it had been stillborn. Because of the baby Xavier's, death, Tess had been referred to a psychiatrist, who said she was suffering from postpartum depression. This gives Bee a glimmer of hope that Tess may be alive and unharmed. It also shocks her that Tess would keep the baby's death from her. Because of this information, the search for Tess becomes less urgent.

As Bee leaves the flat, she sees a young man sitting outside with a bouquet of flowers. This boy, Simon, tells of meeting Tess in the park; he had been the last person to see her alive. As...

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