Straight Man - Book Two, Judas Peckerwood: Chapters 31-36 Summary & Analysis

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Book Two, Judas Peckerwood: Chapters 31-36 Summary

Tony tells Hank about Yolanda Ackles, a patient at a local institution that has been mainstreamed into the community. She had been encouraged by her counselors to attend classes at the university and had done so. Yolanda had also been reminded to stay on her medication, which she had not done. Yolanda claims that she hears Tony's voice coming out of the walls in her room, and that she is pregnant. Tony swears that he has never even touched the girl, who has now become a stalker. It was Yolanda that Hank had seen in the police car on campus. She had turned up at Tony's house on the night that Hank was there with the reporter about twenty minutes after Hank had left. Tony leaves the restaurant and Hank follows in his...

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