Sweet and Deadly - Chapters 12-13 Summary & Analysis

Charlaine Harris
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Chapters 12-13 Summary

The next day, Catherine goes to the sheriff's station to make her statement. Betty's son tells her that Betty wants to see her, so Catherine goes to visit her afterward. Betty tells Catherine that she was cleaning Dr. Linton's office a few days before he died and overheard him arguing with a man Betty could not see. Betty tells Catherine that she could not tell what the argument was about, but that Leona knew because she had her ear to the door the whole time. The only thing Betty heard was mention of some animal that began with an A. Catherine thanked her and left to go to work.

At work, Catherine helps a deputy empty out Tom's desk. Afterward, Catherine develops the film in Tom's camera and then busies herself going through the weekly columns to pick out the ones...

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