My Darling Detective - Pages 149 – 198 Summary & Analysis

Howard Norman
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In Detective Emil Detects, Martha gets home from work with Chinese takeout. She explains Emil has been released, but he must call to report in three times a day. He will be called back in for another interview in two weeks. Jacob will be allowed to be present for this interrogation. She then shows Jacob Emil’s book, Detective Emil Detects: Adventures of a Halifax Policeman, a novel. Martha explains the book is true life, thinly disguised as fiction. Jacob stays up all night to read the book, which takes place between April 7 and April 19, 1945. Looking through Martha’s files, Jacob discovers the novel’s date settings coincide with anti-Semitic incidents in Halifax, including a tear-gas canister being thrown through the window at Baron de Hirsch Synagogue.

In Blaming Ghosts, Jacob and Martha have dinner with Mrs. Hamelin and her new auction representative, Brice...

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