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THE WESTING GAME - PLOT NOTES / BOOK SYNOPSIS

CHAPTER 24: Wrong All Wrong

Summary

At the long library table, the partners sat in pairs. E.J. Plum opens another envelope, removes a tagged key, and unlocks the upper left-hand desk drawer with the next document. This document informs everyone that all answers are wrong. Partnerships are cancelled and the lawyer will return with the authorities. Further, this document of Sam Westing's informs the heirs that time is running out and they must name the person who took his life before he takes another. It further reminds everyone that it's not what they have, but what they don't have that counts.

Madame Hoo feels the tension in the room and thinks it's because of her and what she's stolen from them. Ed Plum leaves the room and locks the door behind them. Sandy encourages Turtle Wexler, telling her the game's not over yet and she can still win. Everyone grows paranoid until Theo Theodorakis asks that they work together as a team and share the.........

Notes

Sam Westing continues to stay one step ahead of all the heirs, including Judge Ford and Turtle Wexler, when he fakes his death as Sandy McSouthers. As readers later learn, Sandy's last violent eye twitch before "dying" is actually a wink to Turtle; this and his final words of encouragement to her shows that Sam Westing has chosen his heir and is simply waiting.......

 

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