Ghosts of Belfast - Pages 166 - 193 Summary & Analysis

Stuart Neville
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In Chapter 23, Campbell watched Fegan leave the house and walked up the stairs to McGinty. McGinty told Campbell that he wanted Fegan “sorted...the day after tomorrow” (166). McGinty said that he would send Eddie Coyle to throw a brick through Marie McKenna’s window. When Campbell expressed skepticism regarding Coyle’s ability to perform the simple task, McGinty ordered him to go along as well and told him that Marie and the girl mustn’t be hurt under any circumstances. Bull O’Kane had ordered Fegan’s death, although McGinty claimed to just be indulging the old man. McGinty spat on Caffola’s corpse and told him, “You had it coming” (167).

After the wake, Campbell called his handler and reported that he had been told to kill Fegan. He asked the handler what his next assignment would be after Fegan’s death. The...

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