Tell the Wolves I'm Home - Chapters 58 – 60 Summary & Analysis

Carol Rifka Brunt
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When two officers are at the door, with Greta standing soaked between them, June tries not to panic or imagine the worst case scenario. She doesn't see Toby, and isn't sure if he found her or if he is still wandering around the woods in the storm looking for her. These questions are answered quickly when she is given Greta's soaking wet coat to take upstairs and put in the bathtub. It takes until she gets there before she realizes it is Finn's coat. She tries to catch her sister's eyes, willing her to look at her and see the alarm and hope that she would not leave Toby in a legal nightmare. The officers explain how Greta's scream drew them to her, and how they witnessed as Toby half carried her out of the woods. When frisked, they found June's passport in his...

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