The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair - The Day of the Disappearance (Saturday, August 30, 1975) – Part One, Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

Joel Dicker
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Summary

In The Day of the Disappearance (Saturday, August 30, 1975), Deborah Cooper of Side Creek Lane in Somerset, New Hampshire, calls the police to report a man chasing a girl through the woods near her house. The girl, fifteen year-old local Nola Kellergan, will never be seen again.

In Prologue: October 2008 (Thirty-three Years After the Disappearance), Marcus Goldman’s book detailing the truth of the events surrounding Nola’s disappearance is already a bestseller two weeks after being published. People who speak to Marcus are always interested to know about Harry Quebert’s involvement. Marcus explains his book began when Nola’s remains were discovered at the beginning of the summer, reigniting interest in the case.

Part One: Writer’s Disease (Eight Months Before the Book’s Publication)

In Chapter 31: In the Caverns of Memory, Marcus worries...

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