The Westing Game - Wrong All Wrong: Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Ed Plum opens another envelope; Plum reads the piece of paper inside the envelope and states that all the answers were wrong. Reading, he goes on to say that all partnerships are dissolved and that the lawyer will return with the authorities at the appointed time. The words urgently direct them to find the name before another life is taken. There's one more admonition: It's not what the heirs have, it's what they don't have that counts.

Turtle is devastated, but Sandy whispers to her that the game is still on and says that he hopes she wins. Theo suggests that they all play as one team, and they all join in reviewing every clue. Judge Ford realizes that Sandy is moving the group toward identifying Crow. Suddenly, it's clear to her that Sandy is Sam Westing! At that moment, Sydelle...

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