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Macbeth: A Novel - Chapters 20 - 24 Summary & Analysis

Jo Nesbo
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Revitalized by the time with his family in Fife, Duff goes to Caithness' apartment to bring an end to their affair. However, she convinces him to make love one last time.

To the disgust of the city's prison guards, the imprisoned Norse Riders are not just freed, but ordered to be driven, on a bus, directly to the gang's hideout. When the Norse Riders begin a celebration of their freedom -- with some family members of the gang also present -- Seyton and the SWAT team burst in on an armored truck and brutally kill everybody present with the two gigantic Gatling guns. Duff returns to his house in Fife to find that his house is riddled with bullet holes, with his wife (Meredith) and two children also dead. From his bedroom window, Duff can see Seyton and realizes that the hit was...

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