The Bonfire of the Vanities - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Kramer, Bernie Fitzgibbon, Detective Martin, and Detective Goldberg all convene in Abe Weiss's office. Weiss is furious because two of the crack dealers whom Detective Martin has picked up on a routine drug sweep have provided unsettling information about Roland Auburn. Word on the street is that Auburn has always enjoyed giving Henry Lamb a hard time because Lamb doesn't hang out on the street or get involved with street crimes like Auburn does. On the night of the incident, Auburn had spotted Lamb walking to the Texas Fried Chicken and had pressured Lamb into accompanying him up the ramp. Auburn had intended to show Lamb how to rob someone. Auburn had thrown a tire in front of a Mercedes, which turned out to contain Sherman McCoy and his girlfriend. Apparently, Henry Lamb had been too afraid to participate in the robbery attempt...

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