Ghosts of Belfast - Pages 306 - 370 Summary & Analysis

Stuart Neville
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In Chapter 46, Bull O’Kane circled the room and eyed the other occupants. Campbell was standing in the middle of the room, surrounded by McGinty, Coyle, and Bull’s son Padraig. Downey and Malloy were down the lane waiting for Fegan’s car, while Quigley had been sent to watch Marie and her daughter. O’Kane wondered how Campbell had kept up his charade for as long as he did: The man “stank of tout” (306). He told Campbell that if he revealed “who else” was “touting for [his] handler,” then O’Kane would make sure that Campbell went “easy” (307). Campbell pretended not to know what O’Kane meant, and Bull authorized Coyle to beat Campbell up. Campbell whispered something, and Coyle brought his ear to Campbell’s mouth. Campbell bit off a piece of Coyle’s ear, and Bull ordered his son to...

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