The Christmas Box - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Richard Paul Evans
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Epilogue Summary

Mary dies on Christmas morning. After receiving the news, Richard takes the letters from the Christmas Box and burns them. Mary is buried in the cemetery beside her daughter. When Keri is asked what should be written on her headstone, she says simply, a loving mother. Every Christmas Eve, Richard and Keri return to the grave site and lay a white lily at the feet of the angel. Richard and Keri continue to live in Mary's house for several years until the family decides to sell it. Richard still owns the Christmas Box and it continues to remind him of the precious gift that his children are to him. Richard decides to write this novel in order to express this love to his children, so they could read the story and always know that he does love them and they are a priority...

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