The Cat Who Played Post Office - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

As Qwill drives Arch to the airport the day after his dinner party, Arch advises him to buy the "Picayune", marry Melinda, and quit hunting for Daisy Mull. Although Arch often discourages his investigations, Qwill believes he may be right this time as he has found no evidence. He sees Tiffany's funeral procession as he nears Klingenschoen mansion, and all of the party guests except Penelope call to praise the dinner. He writes a letter of condolences to Steve Trotter, along with the offer of an annual scholarship in Tiffany's name. Mrs. Cobb reports that Mrs. Fulgrove, who works for the Goodwinters several days a week, overheard Penelope and Alex arguing terribly, though she could not hear the topic. The conversation is interrupted by Birch's loud music. After three days of rain, Steve visits unexpectedly after breakfast. Obviously drunk, he blames Qwill for...

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