Chapters 63-64 Summary
The pain in Julia’s stomach is back this morning; it is not intense, but it bothers her with a “discreet persistence.” She decides to ignore it for now. If it continues after lunch, she will ask Giovanna for a doctor. Julia is still thinking about how to broach the subject of Sarah with William. He is here, living a bucolic life, and perhaps he will not want his peaceful world disrupted by the past.
Julia and Zoë discover they can walk on top of the medieval walls, and they join other walkers and joggers as they make their way to the café William suggested. The terrace of the café is practically empty. She is reading the menu to Zoë when he says her name, and she looks up to see a tall, thickset man, perhaps...
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