Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil - Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

John Berendt
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Chapter 26 Summary

Williams is living in Mercer House again, complaining about all the media attention devoted to the case. He continues to show more interest in Minerva's involvement in his case than he does in his attorneys'. Across the street from Mercer House, Minerva follows a small tour group up the steps of the Adlers' home and throws graveyard dirt on their flower garden. Unlike Williams, Sonny is discouraged with the lack of differences between the second trial and the upcoming third. He is worried about the holes in his argument, especially the lack of gunpowder on Danny's hands. He convinces Williams to refresh his testimony in order to be consistent with his last testimony, which was given over four years earlier.

Williams seems eager to tell what happened the night Danny died. He says that his story up until a gun was fired that...

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