The Death of Mrs. Westaway Setting

Ruth Ware
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Hal’s Apartment

Hal’s apartment is the place where she lived with her mother since she was born. Hal’s apartment is the setting where Hal opens the letter from the lawyer about Mrs. Westaway’s will. It is where Hal returns to look through her mother’s papers and finds Maggie’s diary.

Trepassen House

Trepassen House is the place where Mrs. Westaway raised her four children: Harding, Abel, Ezra, and Maud. Maggie came to live at Trepassen after her parents died. It was during the first summer that she was at Trepassen that Maggie fell in love with Ezra and became pregnant with his child. Later, Hal learned that she had been willed Trepassen in Mrs. Westaway’s will.

Pier on Brighton Beach

It was on this pier on Brighton Beach that Hal’s mother had a booth where she read tarot cards. Hal took over...

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