Sleeping Beauty - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Archer finds Elizabeth very similar to Laurel and feels the same instant attraction to her as he did to Laurel. As they drive Archer and Elizabeth discuss Laurel and the many possibilities surrounding her disappearance. For the first time Archer brings up the idea that Laurel is party to the kidnapping and ransom demand. Elizabeth refuses to believe this assumption and their conversation turns to Laurel's marriage.

As Elizabeth talks, Archer gets the impression that she is speaking as much about her own marriage as she is about Laurel's. The topic quickly turns back to marriages and the possibility that Laurel is a willing participant in her own disappearance. Almost out of the blue Elizabeth mentions that her husband suspects that someone may have planted a bomb on the ocean floor in order to blow up the oilrig. Elizabeth goes on to tell...

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