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The Madonnas of Leningrad Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 9, 162 - 188 Summary

Debra Dean
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Part 9, 162 - 188 Summary

The Present - Helen is woken from a deep sleep by Dmitri, who tells her that Marina has disappeared. As Helen dresses, Dmitri tells her Marina has wandered around the house at night sometimes, but has never left home before. When Helen says she's going to go looking, Dmitri insists upon coming along. When they see Marina isn't in the lobby of the hotel, Helen and Dmitri take Helen's rental car and search the area, with no luck. Helen asks whether Marina is actually suffering from Alzheimer's. Dmitri confesses that she is, but adds that he promised Marina he would never put her in a home. Helen says they'll worry about that later, and calls the police. Once she has convinced them that the situation is important, the police agree to meet her outside their hotel. When she and Dmitri return to the hotel to...

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