Up at the Villa - Chapter Six and Seven Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six and Seven Summary

Nina awakens Mary the following day, saying that it's noon already and that Mary is supposed to be at the Villa Bolognese for a social event at one o'clock. It takes her only a moment to remember the events from the previous night, but Mary forces herself to act naturally, remembering Rowley's admonition to appear normal. She tells Nina that she'd had trouble sleeping after Nina had run into her room and so had taken a sleeping pill, using the story to explain the reason she'd slept so late. She asks Nina to describe the sound she'd heard and says that it was probably a car passing by the villa. As soon as Nina is gone, Mary rushes to the drawer where she'd put the handgun. She notes that Ciro would have realized that the gun had been fired and is...

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