Stranger in the House - Chapters 21 – 30 Summary & Analysis

MacDonald, Patricia J.
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Summary

In Chapter 21, Brigid comes to the house and converses with Tom. Tom does not seem in the mood to speak to Brigid. Tom tells her about Karen’s amnesia. Brigid asks if Tom believes that Karen really has amnesia. Tom says that he does, but he is unsure.

In Chapter 22, Karen thinks to herself that it appears to her that someone has been in her house, moving things slightly and lying in the bed. She does not tell this to Tom. Tom suggests that they drive near where the body was found and see if it jogs Karen’s memory at all.

In Chapter 23, they drive to the scene of the crime, but Karen remembers nothing. Tom and Karen are very tense in their interactions. After they return home, Karen recalls the phone call she received on the evening of the accident. A man...

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