The Westing Game - Lost and Found: Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Lost and Found: Chapter 9 Summary

The next day, notes have been posted in the elevator: Sydelle wants her notebook returned; Grace Wexler is looking for her silver cross, a topaz pin and earrings, and some gold-filled cuff links; Turtle wants her Mickey Mouse clock back; and Flora Baumbach is missing a string of pearls. There's also a note inviting any players who want to share their clues to come to a meeting in the coffee shop; another note in the elevator invites everyone to an evening gathering at Judge Ford's apartment.

Turtle has directed Flora in placing their stock investments. Turtle is certain that making the most money with the investment will win the game. Grace Wexler shows unusual tenderness as she brushes and braids Turtle's hair, but it turns out that she's just trying to get Turtle's clues. When Turtle won't reveal her clues, Grace...

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