Sleeping Beauty - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 Summary

Archer leaves Mrs. Sherry's house and heads back to Sylvia Lennox's home. On the way he passes Sandhill Lane, which is swarming with police, but he does not stop because he would have to tell them about Harold. At Sylvia's the only one home appears to be Elizabeth. Elizabeth says that her mother is upset over Jack's shooting and Tony Lashman has disappeared. Elizabeth begins to blame Archer for Jack's wounds and he tries to explain what happened. Archer pulls out the picture of Harold who Elizabeth immediately recognizes. She says she is not surprised that Harold is involved since he showed up at her house about a week ago asking about family secrets. Harold also tried to convince Elizabeth that he and Laurel had reconciled. Their conversation seems to lead nowhere so Archer uses the phone to contact Dr. Brokaw.

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