The House Next Door - Part Three: The Greenes, Chapter 26, 27 and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Anne Rivers Siddons
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Part Three: The Greenes, Chapter 26, 27 and Epilogue Summary

After their story is published in People magazine, the Kennedys are immediately faced with the ugly reaction of the public to the story. People flock to the Kennedys' street where they stop their cars, get out and stare up at the house. The afternoon of the publication of their story, the street is nearly impassable because of all the cars. Also the publication of the story causes three of Colquitt's clients to cancel their accounts with her. The Realtor handling the house next door, as well as Norman's brother, call and threaten to take the Kennedys to court. Walter and Colquitt briefly discuss the idea they may draw some sensation seekers to the house to live there. They finally decide if someone else does buy the house, they will burn it...

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