The Good Neighbor - Chapters 9 – 16 Summary & Analysis

A. J. Banner
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Chapter 9 – Johnny worries about how fitfully Sarah has been sleeping, though she insists she is alright. Sarah asks how long Johnny was out the previous night when he smelled smoke. Johnny explains it was only for a few minutes. When Sarah drops Johnny off at work because her car is being repaired, she notices Johnny only kisses her on the cheek, not as he usually does on the lips. Sarah remembers an article Natalie once sent her with signs that a husband is cheating. Sarah reflects on the items in that article, such as making phone calls in private, changing behavior, and not getting a normal goodbye kiss. Sarah worries Johnny may be cheating on her, then does her best to reassure herself that she is overthinking.

Sarah heads back to the old house to see if there is anything she can save. Sarah...

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