The Murderer's Daughters - Part 3: Chapters 25-33 Summary & Analysis

Randy Susan Meyers
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Part 3: Chapters 25-33 Summary

Chapter 25. Merry visits with Lulu the next morning and asks for forgiveness. Later, Merry has another visit with her young parolee and learns he is struggling at community college. That afternoon Merry contacts the doctor to ask for a second chance, but he refuses to see her. Finally, Merry invites her married lover to her house.

Chapter 26. In the aftermath of her night with her married lover, Merry vows to quit drinking and bad men. However, a letter from her father announcing his upcoming parole leaves Merry in a tailspin. Days later, Merry takes Lulu out to dinner and then shows her their father's letter over drinks. Lulu and Merry argue.

Chapter 27. Lulu tells Drew about her father's upcoming release. At work, Lulu continues to deal with the increasing drama over Audra's struggle with cancer. Audra's children refuse to...

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