A Brief History of Seven Killings - Ambush in the Night p. 215-275 Summary & Analysis

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Papa-Lo blames himself for the divide that’s come between him and Josey. He heads to the man’s house with the hope of leaving there with both of them of the same mind. Ten yards from Josey’s house, he is stopped by gunfire coming from three Jeeps. Although Papa-Lo’s men were supposed to have stopped the Jeeps carrying police and Army men, there is no one in sight. The men beat Papa-Lo then carry him off to a jail cell.

Alex rides to the Singer’s house with Mark. The man at the gate at the Singer’s house won’t let Mark park his car there so they have to park and walk back to the gate. The guard lets Mark in but won’t allow Alex. Mark tells Alex he’ll come back for...

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