The Death of Mrs. Westaway - Chapters 28 - 37 Summary & Analysis

Ruth Ware
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In Chapter 28, Hal was relieved when she opened her apartment door and found no one had been there. She knew she could no longer stay there because of Mr. Smith and his men but before she moved on she planned to learn the truth about Trepassen.

Inside her mother’s things, Hal found a bundle of letters addressed to Margarida Westaway. She also discovered a diary from which large chunks had been torn out. The diary ended on Dec. 13. The handwriting looked like her mother’s but there was no name indicating to whom the diary belonged. Hal began reading at the entry dated Nov. 29, 1994, the same entry included in the prelude of this novel.

In Chapter 29, Hal decided the diary was her mother’s because the dates matched Hal’s birthdate. What shocked Hal was that it was clear that her mother...

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