The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared - Chapters 22 - 24 Summary & Analysis

Jonas Jonasson
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In Chapter 22 in 2005, an Egyptian sailor who found the remains of Bolt's body in a shipping container in the port of Djibouti (along with Bolt's wallet) kept the dead man's wallet. Alas, a suicide bomber detonated his bomb, killing several people, including the Egyptian sailor with Bolt's wallet. The authorities in Djibouti recovered the wallet of Bolt and alerted the Swedish consulate that they believed (mistakenly) Bolt had been killed in the suicide bombing (when it was actually the sailor). In Latvia, Bucket's car was crushed in a scrapyard, revealing the dead Bucket's arm. Prosecutor Ranelid received word from the Latvian authorities of Bucket's death on Latvian, not Swedish, soil. Ranelid frantically contacted Chief Inspector Aronsson, informing Aronsson that the theory Ranelid had carefully presented to the Swedish media involving the deaths of Bolt and Bucket as having taken place in Sweden was...

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