The Secret Keepers - Book 3, Mrs. Genevieve's Instructions - The Race and the Chase Summary & Analysis

Trenton Lee Stewart
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While Jack drove to New Umbra he asked if Reuben was sure that the man on the phone and the stranger on the train were the same person and they discussed if they should contact him as a way to get to The Smoke. Instead, Reuben suggested that they contact Cassius Faug, the Counselor. They headed to Mrs. Genevieve's shop, arriving at dawn. Once inside her back rooms, the old watchmaker confessed that she was not happy to see Reuben because she knew that he was in danger. Over tea, the three tell Mrs. Genevieve about the Meyer's family secret, the existence of a twin watch and Reuben's realization that The Smoke had the other watch. She was upset that they planned to stop The Smoke stating that they were only children. Jack stepped in...

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