The Cat Who Turned on and Off - Chapters 6, 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 6, 7 and 8 Summary

When Qwilleran goes to the corner store to buy some groceries for himself and the cats, he encounters Miss Duckworth who invites him back to her home for conversation. After a couple of glasses of Scotch, Miss Duckworth reveals that her real name is Mary Duxbury and that she is the daughter of a well-to-do but controlling father. She also refers again to Andy Glanz' passionate integrity and sense of right and wrong, talks about some of the rivalries between the Junktown dealers, and confesses that on the night of Andy's death the two of them had fought. She adds that she discovered the body when she went to his shop to apologize. The urgent barking of Mary's dog draws Mary and Qwilleran outside, where they discover that the drunk encountered by Qwilleran on his first visit to Junktown is dead. Back in Mary's living...

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