The Dogs of Littlefield - Chapters 6 – 10 Summary & Analysis

Suzanne Berne
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Chapter 6 begins with autumn in full swing, and Littlefield looking beautiful. A total of four dogs have now been found dead. Littlefield is in shock. All sorts of theories are offered. Some believe the dogs are ingesting bittersweet from Halloween decorations. Others believe the dog deaths are accidental, and are the result of eating poison meant for coyotes. Others believe the deaths are actually intentional, the result of anti-leash-free sentiment meant to frighten those who want to let their dogs run free. Clarice records all of these things on her laptop, continues to befriend Margaret and her family, and makes her way into the community, such as attending one of Julia’s soccer games. Clarice has decided to make a study of Littlefield, as it has been named one of the best twenty places in the country to live by the Wall Street Journal...

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