The Bookseller - Chapters 18, 19 and 20 Summary & Analysis

Cynthia Swanson
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In Chapter 18, Katharyn wakes before 3 a.m. She calls Frieda and tells her friend she had a bad dream. Frieda asks if Katharyn is dreaming about the troubles brewing with Cuba. Katharyn admits she is not worried about that at all. She has a feeling it will blow over. Katharyn considers telling Frieda about her dreams but decides not to.

In Chapter 19, When Katharyn wakes again she is still sitting in Lars’ car after having visited Frieda’s bookstore. She drives back home where Mitch and Missy greet her happily. Lars is upstairs bathing Michael, using the warm water to calm him. Katharyn tells Lars she went to visit her old store. She admits she does not remember a good deal of details about what happened. When she begs him to tell her what she did, he says only that she did what...

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