Death and Judgment - Chapters 27-28 Summary & Analysis

Donna Leon
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Chapters 27-28 Summary

Brunetti goes to Signora Ceroni's house to confront her about her involvement in a prostitution ring and other illegal activities involving the murdered men. The vague description of the woman given to Brunetti by the pimp only confirms what the detective already knew. In an attempt to get her to break, Brunetti goes to Signora Ceroni's house and confronts her with the information. Although Ceroni had denied owning a car, the comment wasn't enough to deter Brunetti.

Brunetti knows that Signora Ceroni is still holding back information regarding the prostitution ring, the tapes, and the money. While the commissario doesn't know how deeply the woman is involved, it is obvious that she has the knowledge and power to be able to carry off such a scheme. During their informal interview, the woman is completely cool, but there is something in her...

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