Bitter Fruit - Part 3, Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 27 Summary

It is daybreak. Michael is at the mosque, waiting for Imam Ismail. He remembers the sight of Lydia and Joao on the billiard table and the sight of Silas watching them and then stumbling away. Michael also wandered away last night, coming upon a convoy of cars. He stopped to watch, wondering who the convoy was for. Then a car window rolled down and Nelson Mandela smiled at him from the car, asking him why he was out so late. Michael is surprised but then remembers the gun in his pocket and he retreats. Throughout the night, he had practiced pulling the gun out.

Michael wakes after the Imam comes in. Michael tells him that he needs a favor. In return, he has a disc with the full list of the new government's legislative programs, anti-terror measures and some references to...

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