Dead Irish - Chapters 31-37 Summary & Analysis

John Lescroart
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Chapters 31-37 Summary

In chapter 31, Father Jim Cavanaugh performs the morning mass thinking about the murder of Eddie Cochran. Eddie had gone to the rectory on Monday evening to tell Father Jim about Frannie having a baby. Cavanaugh could not take it any more. Cavanaugh has loved Erin Cochran his whole life, had watched the Cochran family live a blessed life. Now Eddie, the son that Jim believed should have been his was going to continue the cycle, perpetuating the happiness and luck that Cavanaugh coveted. Father Jim believes that God has forgiven him for the murder of Eddie, but now must kill again, as Rose knows that Eddie had been to the rectory on the night of his death.

Cavanaugh lays the groundwork with Father Dietrick, convincing the young priest that Rose has been depressed and that they should talk to her that...

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