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The Long Call - Chapters 22 - 27 Summary & Analysis

Ann Cleeves
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Chapter 22 is written from Jen Rafferty’s third-person perspective. Matthew and Jen find Christine. Christine says that some unidentified people said that Matthew would come. They take Christine to the hospital. Jen has questions about what Christine meant when she said that someone had said that Matthew would find her, but cannot ask them because Matthew’s focus is on Christine. He calls his mother. Jen overhears the conversation. His mother thanks Matthew as he is about to hang up.

Chapter 23 is written from Matthew Venn’s third-person perspective. Matthew leaves Jen at the hospital with Susan and Dorothy. He goes to see Jonathan who is frustrated because he has a lot of paperwork to tend to. He is happy that they found Christine and offers to talk to her when she returns home. Both Matthew and Jonathan say that it will be...

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