The House Next Door - Part Two: The Sheehans, Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

Anne Rivers Siddons
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Part Two: The Sheehans, Chapters 13 and 14 Summary

With Anita and Buck spending time in the island cottage, the remaining occupants of the neighborhood enjoy some peace and quiet. Colquitt has heard from the Sheehans only once, when they requested that Colquitt water their plants. One evening, when Kim is visiting and Walter is not at home, Colquitt asks Kim to accompany her to the Sheehans' house. Kim at first balks at the idea, but then agrees to go with her after she prods him. Colquitt describes a strange sensation in the house, a sort of soundless sound. She has to call for Kim to turn on the light in the living room. Instead of turning on the light, Kim gathers Colquitt into a passionate kiss, which Colquitt responds to even though she knows she shouldn't. The lights turn on and...

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