The Nest - Prologue and Part One: Snowtober Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney
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In the Prologue Leo Plunb, drunk and high on cocaine, left a family wedding with a waitress. He had persuaded her to go with him because he told her he knew people in the music industry and could get her started on a career. She was giving him a hand job when he closed his eyes for a moment hoping to slow down his body’s response. Just at that second an SUV came from a street on Leo’s right, slamming into his leased Porsche.

In Chapter 1, because they had agreed not to drink in front of Leo, his three siblings were drinking at different bars prior to a lunch meeting. An early autumn snowstorm had hit the area. Despite the weather, Melody Plumb had no problems with her train commute to Manhattan. She was drinking a glass...

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