Ghosts of Belfast - Pages 194 - 215 Summary & Analysis

Stuart Neville
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In Chapter 28, Fegan stood with his gun held to the back of Campbell’s head. He warned Campbell not to move and had him drop his knife and sit down on the toilet with his hands beneath his posterior. He’d known that Campbell had followed him home from the station, and he had lain in wait for the Scotsman. He asked Campbell why McGinty wanted him dead. Campbell told him that Father Coulter had relayed Fegan’s confession to McGinty. Fegan was surprised and dismayed by this information.

When Campbell couldn’t tell Fegan what McGinty had planned for Marie, Fegan hit Campbell across the face with his pistol and demanded information. When he realized that what Campbell knew he had already said, Fegan prepared to kill him. Campbell pleaded with him, saying that Fegan could turn himself in and expose McGinty...

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