The Alienist - Part 3, Will: Chapters 30-33 Summary & Analysis

Caleb Carr
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Part 3, Will: Chapters 30-33 Summary

In Chapter 30, Kreizler and Moore find themselves standing before Bishop Potter, former police commissioner Thomas Byrnes, and Postal Censor Anthony Comstock. These men proceed to tell Kreizler and Moore that their investigation into the child murders is causing discord among the immigrants, leading to possible financial problems for the leaders of the city. These men want Kreizler to stop what he is doing. Morgan, however, throws these men out of his office and asks some pointed questions about the investigation. Morgan then gives Kreizler permission to go ahead and continue his investigation.

In Chapter 31, Moore and Kreizler travel to Washington DC via train. Moore begins researching unsolved crimes in the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The first few days seem to lead to nothing. Kreizler too is having difficulty learning anything from the uncooperative hospital staff of St. Elizabeth's. On the third...

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