Chapters 57-58 Summary

Julia pulls into the Rainsferd driveway in Roxbury and sits there for a few moments. The house is not as opulent as some of the others around it, but it is “tasteful and harmonious.” It had been a beautiful drive, though hot, and she thinks about what her sister told her about Roxbury. It is an artistic, trendy, and wealthy town, full of writers, movie stars, and artists. She wonders what Richard Rainsferd did for a living, where he raised his family, and whether he and his wife had any children. Looking at the house now, there is not much evidence of what his life must have been. It is just after two o’clock, and though she is hot sitting in her sister’s car, Julia practices what she will say to Sarah Starzynski—a name...

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