The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society Part 2, July 27-29 Summary

Mary Ann Shaffer

Part 2, July 27-29 Summary

In a letter to Stark, Ashton says she knew McKenna had been arrested for harboring a Todt worker; however, until a few days ago, she had not known McKenna had an accomplice. Ramsey casually mentioned Peter Sawyer, someone who had been arrested with McKenna. Sawyer is now living in a nursing home, and when Ashton called him, he said he would be happy to see her—especially if she brought him some brandy. Sawyer is in a wheelchair; when they finally went outside to sit under an arbor, Sawyer sipped his brandy while he talked. This was one time Ashton took notes, for she did not want to miss a word of his story.

Sawyer was already in a wheelchair but still living in his home when he found a sixteen-year-old Polish boy...

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