The Cat Who Turned on and Off - Chapters 9, 10, 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 9, 10, 11 and 12 Summary

When Qwilleran visits Mary, he is surprised to find that she is once again being cool and distant, saying she regrets being as honest as she was at their first meeting. His words and his presence however convince her to relax and she responds more openly to Qwilleran's questioning about the layout of Glanz' store and the arrangement of ladder and furniture when she found the body. She also reveals her frustration with getting respect from the civic government. She talks Qwilleran into purchasing the Mackintosh coat of arms but reluctantly rejects his invitation to dinner as she is dining with family. As h is taking the heavy coat of arms to his apartment, Qwilleran overhears an argument over the price of an antique between C.C. Cobb and someone who seems to be Russell Patch. After dropping off the coat of arms, Qwilleran goes...

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