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Thunderstruck - Coda, Voyager Summary & Analysis

Erik Larson
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Coda, Voyager Summary and Analysis

A final section relates what became of Ethel Le Neve after her involvement with Crippen.

On the day of Crippen's execution, Ethel boards a White Star liner in Southampton. She travels as Miss Allen and intends to build a new life for herself. After a brief stay in Canada, however, she returns to England. She marries a furniture store clerk and raises two children. Her husband never learns of the scandal in her past.

A journalist approaches Ethel a few years before her death. The writer has discovered the truth of Ethel's identity, but while Ethel meets with her, she declines to discuss the Crippen affair.

In a brief section of less than two pages, Larson returns for the last time to Ethel's story. He contrasts her solo transatlantic voyage with her first, when she was also traveling under...

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