The Westing Game - The Fourth Bomb: Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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The Fourth Bomb: Chapter 21 Summary

Theo borrows Turtle's bike to follow Otis Amber; Theo follows Otis to the Good Salvation Soup Kitchen, where Otis and Crow serve and help the people who have come there for food. Theo thinks Turtle is the bomber. However, Turtle worries about Angela; she knows Angela set off the fireworks (the bombs), wanting to get caught.

At Sunset Towers, Sandy reveals the information about himself (regarding working in Sam Westing's paper mill) to Judge Ford, then he asks for her information. She reveals that her parents worked for Sam Westing, and she lived in the Westing house when she was a child. Although she hardly saw Mrs. Westing and barely knew Violet, she often played chess with Sam Westing. He lectured her and insulted her and won every game. In their last game, Westing deliberately sacrificed his queen, and she fell...

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