My Sunshine Away - Chapters 28-35 Summary & Analysis

M.O. Walsh
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During this final section of the novel the loose pieces all begin to come together toward resolution of the crime. The narrator begins by drawing a compare and contrast between his hometown of Baton Rouge and New Orleans. He talks of the predictability of Baton Rouge and the popularity of New Orleans among other things. He also recalls the impact that Hurricane Katrina had on Baton Rouge as thousands of refugees fled the flood waters in New Orleans for the safety of the higher and drier city. His reflections on the aftermath of Katrina and the changes that came to Baton Rouge reminded him most of himself and Lindy. He was Baton Rouge and Lindy was more like New Orleans.

He then transitions to talk about the fourth suspect in Lindy's rape, Jacques Landry, who only became a suspect when his son Jason...

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