Ghosts of Belfast - Pages 243 - 276 Summary & Analysis

Stuart Neville
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In Chapter 35, Campbell prowled through Fegan’s abandoned house. He marked the presence of well- used woodworking tools and well- made furniture in the house, as well as a framed photograph of a blond woman from the Fifties or Sixties standing on a dresser. He searched for any clue as to where Fegan might have gone, fearing the result Fegan or McGinty should encounter each other first. In Fegan’s bedroom, after having searched the rest of the house, Campbell found a shoebox that, although empty, smelled of “gun oil and money” (246). A single bullet rolled out of the box.

Campbell also found a wooden box in the wardrobe that was filled with unopened letters sent from the Maze Prison. Campbell ripped open the most recent letter, dated nine years before, and read a missive from Fegan to his mother in which Fegan...

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