The Westing Game - The First Bomb: Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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The First Bomb: Chapter 12 Summary

The heirs are still at the coffee shop, when an explosion from the kitchen stops the meeting. Mrs. Theodorakis runs from the kitchen, her face, hair, and apron splattered with dripping red that turns out to be tomato sauce. The entire kitchen is covered with tomato sauce and soaked in foam from the fire extinguishers. Mr. Hoo concludes that a can must have exploded from the heat of the stove, but George Theodorakis is certain it was a bomb. Mr. Hoo is inwardly pleased that the coffee shop will have to close for a few days for repairs, because it means more business for his own restaurant.

After the meeting at the coffee shop, Judge Ford receives a second report of research from the newspaperman. He's found four heirs with connections to Westing: James Hoo, Mr. Theodorakis (Theo's father), Sandy McSouthers...

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