Sister: A Novel - Chapters Twenty-One, Twenty-Two, and Twenty-Three Summary & Analysis

Rosamund Lupton
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Chapters Twenty-One, Twenty-Two, and Twenty-Three Summary

In chapter twenty-one, Bee fears that she is going mad and does not tell anyone about the man at the window. After leaving Hattie's house, Bee heads to St. Anne's. It is after midnight, so she does not expect to get any new information. When the head nurse is not there, she asks for William Saunders. He wakes up and she tells him what she has learned about the potential killer. He also does not see the facts she has recently found as convincing. She asks him if he killed her, and he looks hurt. She apologizes and he surprisingly makes advances on her. She quickly leaves, because she is not that type of woman. As she is leaving, she senses she is being followed and gets a cab home.

Mr. Wright suggests they go...

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