The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie: A Flavia De Luce Mystery - Chapters 6 - 11 Summary & Analysis

Alan Bradley
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As Chapter 6 begins, Miss. Mountjoy is telling Flavia about her uncle and his death. She says he came into contact with some bad people who convinced him to set up the viewing of rare stamps and then destroyed one of the stamps. Her uncle was blamed for it. She says that the cause of his death was murder, not suicide. Jacko is the nickname of one of the bad boys. She asks Flavia who she is and Flavia tells her, even though she invents part of her name. As Flavia tells readers how she came up with that name, she also tells readers what she imagines her name would be if she were the son her father never had. When Flavia returns home, Inspector Hewitt questions her about her whereabouts. She tells him she went to the library, but says it was closed...

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