The Murderer's Daughters - Part 1: Chapters 9-12 Summary & Analysis

Randy Susan Meyers
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Part 1: Chapters 9-12 Summary

Chapter 9. Grandma Zelda has died. Lulu and Merry attend the funeral in cast off clothes donated to the orphanage and a few items Mrs. Cohen got for them. When Lulu and Merry arrive at the cemetery, they discover that their father has been allowed to attend. They stand at the grave together. Lulu is distant toward her father, but Merry is happy to have him there. As Lulu tries to keep distance from herself and her father, she finds herself wishing she could feel his arms around her like in the good days of their family.

Chapter 10. A few months after Grandma Zelda's death, Lulu and Merry prepare to move in with the Cohens as foster children. On the day they move in, Lulu tells Merry they must act like perfect children so that the Cohens will not send...

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