The Beekeeper's Apprentice, or, on the Segregation of the Queen - Book Three: Chapters 8 - 9, We Have a Case and The Game, Afoot Summary & Analysis

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Book Three: Chapters 8 - 9, We Have a Case and The Game, Afoot Summary

The Oxford calendar, divided into three terms, is in its Michaelmas term in 1918 and Mary is late leaving for holidays because of an essay that is late an that an instructor demands be turned in before she leaves. As such, Mary is almost completely alone in the lodgings house, but for Mr. Thomas and his wife who minded the place. He gives her two envelopes—one from Mrs. Hudson and one he tells her an elderly woman left for her. Mr. Thomas describes the woman as black haired, old and ugly with a great big mole on her chin, and tells Mary that she was there about three hours earlier, but did not stay. As Russell goes upstairs, she notices...

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