The Keepers of Truth - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Michael Collins (Irish author)
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Chapter 8 Summary

For the next couple of days, Bill fights an internal war with himself. He can't believe that he has feelings for Teri, and wonders how he could have feelings for Ronny Lawton's wife. He is sure that Ronny is guilty of killing his father, but now he's not so sure that he wants Ronny to confess to the crime. Teri's story of how Ronny was abused by his father makes Bill think that maybe some things should be left out of the courtroom. The pruning shears drive Bill crazy. He hides them in the house, then buries them under a tree in the backyard, and is paranoid that they will be stolen. He knows that he should turn them in to the police but is hesitant. He wonders if maybe it was Teri and Karl that plotted to kill Ronny's father in order to get the house...

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