The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Section 15: pages 263-274 Summary & Analysis

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Section 15: pages 263-274 Summary

DETECTION NOTES OF MISS ISOLA PRIBBY, PRIVATE: NOT TO BE READ, EVEN AFTER DEATH! begins on Sunday with Isola noting that she received this notebook from Sidney Stark so that she can write down her observations as she trains to be a detective like Miss Marple. Sunday's observation is that Kit loves to be in Juliet's company. On Thursday, Remy visits Isola to give her a stamp from her envelope because she has received a letter from the French government. Isola wonders what they want from her. On Friday, Isola joins Dawsey, Juliet, Remy and Kit to meet Sidney at the airfield. She notes that odd behavior between Dawsey and Sidney on Friday and Saturday, realizing Dawsey is lonely; maybe he always has been lonely, but he seems to mind now, and Isola wonders why. On Saturday night, Juliet...

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