A Voice in the Night - Chapters 9-12 Summary & Analysis

Andrea Camilleri
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Chapter 9 opens with Fazio and Montalbano talking about Mariangela’s murder. Fazio spoke with Strangio’s housekeeper who said Mariangela was nice and spent a lot of time talking on her cell phone. The housekeeper also noted that whenever Strangio was out of town, Mariangela would make up the bed and clean up. Montalbano suggests they need to find whomever Mariangela was meeting with when Strangio was away. Montalbano puts Catarella in charge of confirming Strangio’s work alibi. Montalbano attempts to prove that Strangio killed Mariangela. He also gets the results from her autopsy report in an unconventional manor. Montalbano is pulled over by a police officer and told that Dr. Tommaseo instructed him to tell Montalbano that Mariangela was not raped or had consensual sex, but that she was two months pregnant.

Montalbano meets with Augello and shares that he is...

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