The Westing Game - And Then . . .: Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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And Then . . .: Chapter 28 Summary

Turtle doesn't tell anyone about her discovery and the fact that she has won the game. She pretends that her trips each Saturday are to the library, though she's actually spending the time with Sandy/Westing/Eastman.

Turtle has won the game, but life at Sunset Towers goes on. First, there's a wedding ceremony held in Shin Hoo's Restaurant. Angela is the maid of honor. Crow is the bride; Otis is the groom.

Some residents move out of Sunset Towers, such as Judge Ford. Chris comes to say goodbye to her. At this point in the story, Theo has gone off to college, and Chris—doing much better—is working with a tutor to catch up with his studies. Judge Ford, perhaps due to Sandy's hints about the avid birdwatcher's intelligence and need for schooling, is helping finance Chris's education.

Thanks to Sandy's...

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