The Clockmaker's Daughter - Part 2: V - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Kate Morton
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In Part 2, V, Birdie tells her reader that she does not know what happened to Fanny because she was not in the room when Fanny was killed. She saw the police reports, courtesy of Leonard, but calls them works of fiction. Birdie indicates that she is remembered as a thief and an imposter and that she has earned both those titles. She argues that she is not a murderer although the people who visit the museum call her that.

Birdie notes that her new visitor had a phone call from which she learned that his name is Jack Rolands. He talked on the phone to a woman named Rosalind Wheeler, telling her that he had not been able to find the stone she had hired him to locate. She knows he is looking for the Radcliffe Blue and is surprised because...

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