The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer - Chapters 37 - 40 Summary & Analysis

Michelle Hodkin
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Chapters 37 - 40 Summary

In Chapter 37, Mara believes her actions in Mrs. Morales' class were brilliant until Jamie explains to her the folly of her actions. It turns out, however, that Jamie has recorded her answers in the class, as well as Mrs. Morales' responses.

Later, at home, Mara answers the phone and a voice informs her that she needs to tell her husband to drop the case or they'd be sorry. When she looks at the call history on the phone, she sees no record of a recent call and wonders if the call even took place. Out of curiosity, she calls her father to see what would happen if he were to drop the case at this point. Considering her options and the circumstances, Mara decides not to say anything to her parents about the phone call although she later believes that she...

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