Settling into the vacation flat in Nice; Ramona reflects on the unanticipated and salutary effects of co-conspiring to cover up a murder and the experience of holding secrets; Ramona savors the luxuries of Nice and gets a new hairdo; Millicent meets a new man and Ramona stands on the precipice of love
I wonder if anybody remembered my birthday.
Even if it was a dead ghost door, she could see all ghosts. She could hear ghosts. And smell them. And taste them. (That was the most important, in her opinion. Tasting a ghost.) And if she could do all of this with dead ghosts, why not with a dead ghost door. A dead ghost's door.
How does the sleeping person react to being thrown into small places?