What I Saw and How I Lied - Chapters 28 and 29 Summary & Analysis

Judy Blundell
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Chapters 28 and 29 Summary

In Chapter 28, Evie walks downtown to buy a paper with the story of the questioning into Peter's death. The paper indicates that there were marks on Peter's body that were not consistent with what he would have sustained during the hurricane. It says that his father, a fisherman, was coming to make a positive identification of the body. Evie is stunned to learn that Peter's father was a fisherman.

In the next morning's edition, it is reported that Peter was not loaded, nor had he been to college. He had stolen the blue car from a friend who had reported it stolen. He had broken into a closed mansion without permission. The caretaker had found after the hurricane was over that a window had been forced open and that there were two glasses on a sill, one with dark red lipstick...

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