A Voice in the Night - Chapters 16-18 Summary & Analysis

Andrea Camilleri
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Chapter 16 opens with Augello asking Fazio who he thinks sent the news station the recording. Montalbano admits he took it to them. Augello wants to know why it was not turned over the prosecutor’s office. Montalbano tells him that the recording would have been thrown out because the police went into the supermarket illegally and found it. They go through the transcripts and wonder why Borsellino cries at the end of the interrogation. While they originally believed it was a sign of guilt, they now believe that he cries because he is innocent.

When Montalbano gets home, he hears the news report that the commissioner has taken Montalbano off Mariangela’s case because he does not believe the prime suspect is guilty. The news is happy that Montalbano is taken off the case. Montalbano gets dressed and goes to a public phone...

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