Sweet and Deadly - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Charlaine Harris
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Chapter 9 Summary

Catherine spends the rest of the day attempting to avoid any more conversations that might result in secrets being exposed. When the librarian comes in, Catherine speaks to her briefly. The library is across the street from her home, and the librarian expresses concern about Catherine's solitude living where she does, especially since her most immediate neighbor is out of town and the library is closed in the evenings. Catherine assures her that she feels safe. Later, Catherine speaks to Tom and learns he has been all over town trying to get more information on Leona's murder, but has learned little. Not only this, but the sheriff is refusing to speak to him. However, this does not dampen Tom's determination to learn as much as he can. Catherine sends him to talk to the press mechanic, thinking that maybe if he learns some...

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