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The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray - PART TWO: STITCH-FACE - Chapter 8: Charity Street, The Green Tack Murders; Chapter 9: The Crooked Lanes, Grindle, Carver Makes a Discovery Summary & Analysis

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PART TWO: STITCH-FACE - Chapter 8: Charity Street, The Green Tack Murders; Chapter 9: The Crooked Lanes, Grindle, Carver Makes a Discovery Summary

In Chapter 8, Priscena Weston has been almost deaf since the age of four, when her drunken father perforated her eardrums. She hears the blood rushing in her head, however, due to her fear. She is being chased by Stitch-face late at night, through foggy, deserted streets in London. For the past fifteen years, Stitch-face had been killing women near the northern banks of the Thames. A devout Catholic in spite of misfortune in life, Pris wonders why she has been chosen by Stitch-face. She slips on some ice, injuring her leg and face, and turns to see Stitch-face behind her. She bangs on the door...

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