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The Child Finder - Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

Rene Denfeld
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Madison read everything she could find, which was limited to the food containers Mr. B brought home. One day, he showed her some old newspapers glued to the shelf under the kitchen cabinet. Madison was hungry all the time and Mr. B was clearly upset at how much she was eating. He always left her in the cellar when he went to get more food. One day, he arrived with two TV dinners.

Naomi spends some time one day with Kristina, who is worried that she will not be able to help Madison, if Naomi is able to return her home. Naomi assures Kristina she will know what to do. Naomi advises Kristina to work on her marriage, citing the fact that many couples are unable to withstand the strain of a missing child. Naomi meets with detective Winfield and tells him she...

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