A Voice in the Night - Chapters 13-16 Summary & Analysis

Andrea Camilleri
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Chapter 13 opens with the broadcast of the recording, including half an hour of people moving around with no one talking. Montalbano goes out for a large dinner and thinks about Borsellino recording them during the interrogation. Montalbano believes that the recording no longer served Borsellino, but cannot figure out why he did not erase the recording. Montalbano considers the time of Borsellino’s report of the burglary and whether Borsellino did not notice the burglary when he first arrived. Zito contacts Montalbano about the calls that are coming into the news station after the recording aired. They debate the role of press in Italian culture.

Fazio reports to Montalbano about the findings at Strangio’s house. He shows Montalbano the address for Amalasunta Gambardella. Montalbano receives a phone call from the commission, who tells him that Montalbano and Augello acted appropriately during their...

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