Sister: A Novel - Chapters Nine, Ten, and Eleven Summary & Analysis

Rosamund Lupton
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Chapters Nine, Ten, and Eleven Summary

In chapter nine, Bee tells Tess there are three things that have been difficult to discuss. The first is her death and the finding of her body. The second, she is about the discuss.

Bee and Todd are going through Tess' paperwork, and Bee comes across her telephone bill. She realizes that Tess had called her many times prior to her death. She called one time, and Bee had been too busy at work to talk. She later forgot to call Tess back and then was gone on vacation with Todd, not letting Tess know she was going out of town. So, Tess had called for help, and Bee had let her down. There was one up side to this; Bee knew Tess. Tess never tried to keep her delivery from Bee, it had been...

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