Valentine - Pages 246 - 306 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Wetmore
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In "Corrine," Corrine is overwhelmed. Mary Rose is inconsolable. Now she cannot find Debra Ann. She sets Aimee up with the baby, and tells Mary Rose they must find D. A. Searching for her at Corrine's, they notice the Potter's truck is missing. In the garage, they find a napkin with the Penwell address and Jesse's name. Mary Rose said when D. A. talked about Jesse she assumed he was an imaginary friend. Mary Rose then grows frantic, insisting Jesse is actually Strickland and means to kill Debra Ann.

Corrine takes her car and drives behind Mary Rose out to Penwell. She feels furious with herself during the drive. All she wanted to do was be left alone, to slowly kill herself with alcohol; now she is following a mad woman out into the desert. Eventually they spot Debra Ann and Jesse walking...

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