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The Key to Midnight Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Three, A Puzzle in a Puzzle: Chapters 60-70 Summary

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Part Three, A Puzzle in a Puzzle: Chapters 60-70 Summary

Carrera exchanges Alex and Joanna's luggage for Peterson's and then rolls Alex and Joanna out of the hotel in a laundry cart. All evidence that Alex and Joanna were at the hotel will be eradicated. Some time later, Alex wakes, bound on the floor of a kitchen. Alex manages to break his bindings only to discover that someone has already cut through the rope. Joanna wakes at the same time, strapped to a hospital bed in the same room as in her dreams. A woman is there and Joanna is given an injection. The woman tells Joanna her name is Ursula Zaitsev, laughing that Joanna will not remember the name very soon.

Alex begins to search the house figuring out it belongs to Rotenhausen by some of the belongings he finds...

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