The Bonfire of the Vanities - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

Sherman stews angrily in Killian's waiting room. The fact that Killian is making him wait seals Sherman's resolve to fire his lawyer. In Killian's office, Sherman tells him how upset he is about the way the arrest went down. Killian receives several calls from the press, including one from Peter Fallow, and asks his secretary to hold them all. He tells Sherman that he has a right to feel betrayed. They were both betrayed by the DA's office, and Killian finds it unconscionable. Killian senses Sherman's doubt and laughs confidently. Tomorrow, he says, they begin to turn things around. Killian summons a man named Quigley into the office. Quigley, Killian's investigator, shows Sherman a mug shot of Roland Auburn. Sherman identifies him as the larger of the two black men on the highway ramp. Killian advises Sherman of Auburn's record, and Sherman, for...

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