The Clockmaker's Daughter - Part 3: X - XI Summary & Analysis

Kate Morton
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In Part 3, X, Birdie indicates that she can still hear Martin telling her that her father was not in America but that he had gotten trampled by a horse the day he was supposed to leave. Jeremiah had sold her to Mrs. Mack. Birdie knew that she could not very well accuse Martin and Mrs. Mack of being deceitful because she had also deceived them when she told them her plan was to get the Radcliffe Blue from Edward for them. She knew it was the only way that Mrs. Mack would agree to let her leave.

While she was stuck inside the secret compartment, Birdie remembered thinking about her parents and about Pale Joe. There was a scream and then a gunshot. Birdie heard Edward’s voice. She tried to find a latch to let her out of the secret...

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