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The Comfort of Strangers - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

As Robert pours champagne, Caroline drags a barely conscious Mary into the gallery and puts her in a chair facing the men. She manages to tell Colin to go, but he misunderstands, begging that they get her a doctor. Finally, Caroline admits that she had a drug in her tea but that Caroline will be fine.

Robert and Caroline approach Colin from opposite flanks - Caroline stroking his baring stomach and Robert prying open his jaws as if buying a horse. Colin breaks away momentarily, but Robert catches him, slamming his head against a wall. Caroline uses the blood she incurred in the brief struggle with Colin to paint his lips and Robert, in his turn, kisses Colin deeply on the lips.

Robert and Caroline will not tell Colin what they want with him and Mary, so, out of desperation, he agrees to...

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