The Bonfire of the Vanities - Study Guide Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Sleep eludes Sherman that night. He wishes his wife were beside him instead of in the guest bedroom. He worries about Campbell and how this will affect her. He fears the very thought of going to jail. Getting hold of himself, Sherman tells himself he fought to survive that night in the Bronx, and he will fight again. He thinks over the procedure again, as Killian had explained it to him the night before. Detectives Martin and Goldberg will arrive to pick him up at 7:30 a.m., on their way to work. Killian will be present, and he plans to ride up to the Bronx with Sherman. Killian has advised him that, thanks to Bernie Fitzgibbon, Sherman will be processed through Central Booking first thing, before all the other cases. The DA's office has already agreed to a $10,000 bond, so Sherman will be released as soon as...

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