The Westing Game - Westing's Wake: Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Westing's Wake: Chapter 25 Summary

Crow has been arrested, and the other heirs gather in Judge Ford's living room in Sunset Towers. Angela reminds everyone that Crow only confessed to being the answer, not to anything else—but there was nothing wrong with Sandy until he drank from the flask Crow had filled for him.

Turtle is mourning the death of her friend Sandy. Denton Deere points out that, if Sandy was her friend, she shouldn't have kicked him earlier today. Turtle never kicked Sandy, she protests; the only person she kicked today was Barney Northrup. Suddenly, Turtle remembers Sandy's eye blinking at her before he died; Sandy always winked at her. Theo mentions that Doug watched the chess table for him and found out Sandy was the mysterious opponent. Theo explains that Sandy would have lost the game if he'd had a chance to make another move...

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