The Christmas Box - Chapter 2, The Christmas Box Summary & Analysis

Richard Paul Evans
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Chapter 2, The Christmas Box Summary

Richard and Keri move into the house the following weekend. They borrow a truck and enlist the help of Keri's brother, Barry. When they arrive at the house, Barry is fascinated by their luck in finding such a luxurious home. Richard credits Keri with the find. Barry and Richard take some of Richard and Keri's furniture up to the attic. There they find a cradle covered by a sheet and then Richard finds a tie press that must have belonged to Mary's deceased husband. Then he finds a box. The box is an ornate wooden box of "burled walnut, intricately carved and highly polished. The box is about ten inches wide, fourteen inches long, and a half foot deep, large enough for a sheet of stationery to lie flat inside. It has two large brass hinges crafted...

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