Bitter Fruit - Part 3, Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 29 Summary

Michael approaches the Killarney Mall. He needs to be there ten minutes before Du Boise arrives and doesn't want to be there too early because he would be forced to hang around and he might be noticed. Michael has made himself familiar to the taxis drivers so that the drivers will tell the police that they had not driven anyone to the mall that they hadn't seen before.

Michael wonders who Du Boise is. He fights off the questions, knowing that he can't be distracted. He thinks about the biographical information that he knows. Du Boise was born in April 1936 and was the son of an impoverished farmer. He completed Standard Eight and went to work in the steel mills. Du Boise joined the police in 1957 and transferred into the security police in 1965. It had taken him another nine years before...

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