The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie: A Flavia De Luce Mystery - Chapters 23 - 27 Summary & Analysis

Alan Bradley
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As Chapter 23 begins, Flavia speaks to Pemberton. She focuses on not letting him know that she knows he is Bob Stanley. She can tell though that he knows. She tries to figure out how she is going to escape as they talk. It turns out that he knows Ned and Mary and he knows that Flavia searched Bonepenny’s room. He wants the stamp. Flavia tells him that she took it and it is in the house. When she sneezes and gets her handkerchief, he gags her. He makes her walk and then empty her pocket, but the key she usually has with her is now there. she thinks it fell out. Then he takes her to where the key fell. She thinks he found it. She thinks of Inspector Hewitt’s words about the pie and wonders what they mean. Then Pemberton...

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