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- In the wake of Sylvie’s arrival, Charlotte feels very protective of her cousin and nieces. Can you relate?
- Charlotte goes into an abandoned building alone, looking for Rebecca. Would you do something that brave?
- Meredith’s party brings all sorts of new people to town. Prudence calls the visitors riffraff. How do you feel about newcomers? Do you reach out to them or shun them?
- Grandmére is putting on a budding playwright’s play. Was she wise to do so? Have you given an unknown a chance, in any capacity?
- Rebecca is always giving Charlotte a nudge. Have you ever pointed someone in the right direction? Could this book have been written from Rebecca’s point of view?
- Charlotte believes somebody close to Meredith is lying. Are there enough clues backing her suspicion?
- Family interaction is key to Charlotte’s life. How do you relate to your family? Are there relationships you wish you could mend?
- Prudence and Sylvie are always picking on Charlotte. Are there any zingers you could give her to fight back?
- Charlotte is obviously in love with Jordan. What do you think she’ll do about her trip with him? How will Urso feel?
- Did you guess the identity of the killer? If not, who did you think it was?
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