Sherry A edited the characters of The Secret Keeper Sunday, March 10, 2013.
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- reordered the characters.
- Edited the description of Jimmy Metcalfe: Jimmy fell in love with Dorothy when they were young, but wanted to save money to marry her. His own mother had left the family when he was a little boy, and as an adult, Jimmy cares for his demented
father. He also begins to fall in love with Vivien.
- Edited the spoiler-free description of Jimmy Metcalfe: Dorothy's boyfriend in London during the
- Edited the description of Vivien Longmeyer Jenkins: Vivien, left home alone as punishment while her family went for an outing, lost her entire family in an automobile accident. Vivien believes their deaths are her fault for being in trouble. Her father's sister ships her off to England to her mother's brother, a schoolteacher. His brightest pupil is Henry Jenkins, a famous writer. Her uncle sort of forces her to marry Henry, who lusts after her and takes her as a possession more than a true wife. Vivien submits to his brutal beatings as a deserved
- Edited the description of Rose Nicolson: Laurel's
sister. She'skind and homey.
- Edited the description of Iris Nicolson: Laurel's
sister. She's vain andquarrelsome and loud.
- Edited the description of Gerald (Gerry) Nicolson: He is a two-year-old when his mother murders the man. As an adult, he is a brilliant scientist. He helps Laurel unravel the mystery.
- Edited the spoiler-free description of Gerald (Gerry) Nicolson: Laurel's brother.
- Edited the description of Henry Jenkins: Vivien Jenkins' husband. He is a well-known author during the London Blitz and a key part of the secrets Laurel's mother is keeping.
- Edited the description of Daphne Nicolson: Laurel's
- Edited the spoiler-free description of Dr. Tomalin: Vivien visits his hospital
- Edited the description of Stephen Nicolson: Dorothy's husband. A
- Edited the description of Caitlin Rufus: Dorothy's girlhood
- Edited the description of Lady Gwendolyn Caldicott: Dorothy comes to believe that she will leave her estate to Dorothy instead of her nephew because the old woman is fond of her. Reginald Pemberly's attitude toward her becomes deferential when he realizes who Dorothy is, and she takes it as a sign that she is to inherit everything. Dorothy inherits some coats and the bulk goes to create an animal hospital. Dorothy feels bitterly
- Edited the spoiler-free description of Lady Gwendolyn Caldicott: Dorothy's employer. She owns a lovely home in Kensington, loaded with beautiful
furnitureand crystal and china,the kind Dorothy aspires to own one day. She's a lonely, bitter woman, bedridden and overly fond of sweets. Dorothy is her companion.
- Edited the description of Penelope, Henny Penny: Penny and her sister were inseparable, but she ran off to marry and Gwendolyn never forgave her, feeling
abandoned. Gwendolyn does not believe in dating or marriage. She makes it plane to Dorothy that she and the girls who work in the house are not to entertain men.
- Edited the spoiler-free description of Kitty Ellis: Vivien
rodeto England with her.