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This Tender Land - Part Two: One-Eyed Jack Summary & Analysis

William Kent Krueger
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In Chapter 12, the friends rowed down the river. DiMarco's death haunted Odie, but he felt free. They all believed Mr. Brickman would not come after them, as they knew about his affair, and bootlegging business. The next morning, they inspected the stolen safe contents, which included a series of letters and $249. The letters are from the orphans' relatives to the Black Witch, asking that she give the money to the children. In town later, they found a newspaper headlined with Emmy's kidnapping; the story said three men attacked Brickman, stole his money, and the child. The friends worried someone would spot Emmy and turn them in. That night, Odie told Emmy a story about a little girl who finds safety on the opposite side of a mirror. He believed they were just as safe. In the middle of the night, Emmy...

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