The Cat Who Saw Red - Chapter 13-17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13-17 Summary

As chapter thirteen begins Jim is going over all the different things that he knows are going at Maus Haus but can't decide what is connected and knows that there are still a lot of pieces missing. The cats have knocked some of the paintings sideways and when Jim gets up to put the painting back straight he notices something behind the painting. Jim moves the painting and finds there is a peep hole looking down onto the pottery room behind his apartment. Jim immediately begins to wonder what is the purpose of this whole and wonders if William knew about it. The phone rings and Odd is on the phone asking what he needs to bring to the photo shoot for Jim. Jim tells Odd to bring everything that he will explain when Odd gets there. Jim goes down to tell the housekeeper that...

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