The Hundred-Foot Journey - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Richard C Morais
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Abbas received a registered letter ordering him to shut down his garden restaurant by 8 pm each night. He was in violation of the village’s noise ordinance. If they didn’t shut down as ordered, they would face a court appearance and fine. Abbas knew immediately that Mallory was behind it. He immediately called his lawyer. A few days later, a man from the town hall came to visit her. Mallory was handed a letter indicating she was in violation of code 234bh. The beautiful weeping willow in front of the inn would have to be cut down. The branches were hanging over the pavement and were a danger to pedestrians. Mallory hugged the tree and said she would be killed before she allowed the tree to come down. She knew that Abbas was behind this.

A crew of tree cutters had accompanied the...

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