Career of Evil - Chapters 29 - 33 Summary & Analysis

Galbraith, Robert
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Chapter 29, “I Just Like to Be Bad,” is written from the killer’s perspective. He knows that the police have found the body that belongs to the leg. He takes pride in how he killed his victim and thinks about how he will do the same thing to Robin. He also thinks about why he continues to tolerate it and how he had killed his second victim in Milton Keynes.

Chapter 30 is written from the perspective of both Robin and Strike. Strike declines an invitation to his nephew’s birthday party. Afterwards, he reads various newspapers that talk about Kelsey’s death, but he does not learn anything new. Strike begins to think about Kelsey as a victim which he has not really done in the past because of his relief that the victim was Brittany. He wonders about Brockbank’s motif for...

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