The Memory Keeper's Daughter - Pages 276 - 306 Summary & Analysis

Kim Edwards
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Pages 276 - 306 Summary

David has gone missing. Paul is home pretending illness, and Norah needs to take Bree to the doctor for tests. Bree and Norah now work together in Norah's business. David appears, bedraggled and rumpled, with Rosemary in tow; Norah is furious and accusing. Paul is interested in her, perhaps sexually. Rosemary knows all about Paul; she tells him that David made her come home with him, and that she had been staying in David's old house, which Paul now remembers his father telling him about long ago. The two become friends; Rosemary asks him if he was an only child and he tells her about Phoebe, but she says nothing about what she knows, but she implies that she knows more about David than Paul knows. David and Norah return home and argue about his disappearance and Rosemary, Norah suggesting there...

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