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The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray - PART ONE: THE LOST GIRL - Chapter 3: A Woman of Ill Repute, Turning Trucks, An Unhappy Twist of Fate; Chapter 4: Alaizabel's Fever, An Unwelcome Observer, A Letter from Doctor Pyke Summary & Analysis

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PART ONE: THE LOST GIRL - Chapter 3: A Woman of Ill Repute, Turning Trucks, An Unhappy Twist of Fate; Chapter 4: Alaizabel's Fever, An Unwelcome Observer, A Letter from Doctor Pyke Summary

In Chapter 3, Marey Woolbury, a prostitute, stands in a cold street in November, wearing flimsy clothes, trying to attract her next client. The last two men had been rough with her, but at least then she was out of the cold. She believes she had been born under a bad star. Marey had been born into a wealthy family, but her mother died in childbirth and her drunken father gambled her away to a workhouse, from which she eventually fled. A kindly prostitute took her...

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