The Bookseller - Chapters 21, 22, 23 and 24 Summary & Analysis

Cynthia Swanson
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In Chapter 21, suddenly Kitty, as Katharyn, is standing in front of the Springfield Street house. Mitch and Missy are trying to learn to ride their two wheeled bikes. Katharyn tries to force Michael to ride his bike but only succeeds in upsetting him. Lars glares at her.

In Chapter 22, on Wednesday, Kitty has another hair appointment with Linnea. She does not remember anything about Tuesday. She wonders if her forgetfulness is normal or if there is something wrong. It is Halloween. Linnea has a paper black cat taped to her mirror. She talks to Kitty about how she and Lars always worked with their hands. Kitty suddenly remembers that Lars designed and helped to build the house on Springfield Street.

She remembers they had first lived together in an apartment on Lincoln Street. Lars promised her a custom built house. When the triplets...

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