Stranger in the House - Chapters 31 – 38 Summary & Analysis

MacDonald, Patricia J.
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In Chapter 31, Karen notices that a perfume bottle of hers is uncapped, and she knows that she left it capped. She panics and explains to Tom that she notices things like this because she had to be meticulous for years to maintain her escape from her old life.

Chapter 32 reveals that Brigid is the one who has been entering the Krupps’ house during the past weeks using a key she copied during her affair with Tom. Brigid is still obsessed with Tom, and she plans to seduce Tom again after Karen is imprisoned. Meanwhile, Tom has decided that Karen definitely meant to kill Robert, as she took both gloves and a gun with her that evening. He is not sure whether or not he can live with that conclusion.

In Chapter 33, Rasbach arrests Karen for murder. He interviews Karen at the police station; Jack...

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