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The Nice and the Good Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 25 Summary

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Chapter 25 Summary

The household is in the kitchen, talking and cooking. John has received a postcard from Kate, showing a picture of some veiled women. The women remind Ducane of Judy. He found himself disturbed not only by her but also by what she had told him. He decides that his next move should be to talk to McGrath and have him show Ducane the vaults. Not wanting to run into Judy, Ducane has sent a message to McGrath telling him to come on Monday. It has occurred to him that McGrath perhaps used his wife as a decoy for a blackmail victim, but it did not occur to him before that Judy and Biranne would be linked.

Montrose, the cat, is still missing. Barbara is in her room upset as Pierce told her that the cat has probably drowned. Ducane says that he'll go up and talk to...

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