The Bat: The First Inspector Harry Hole Novel - Chapters 24 - 33 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 24, The Great White, Harry and Birgitta visit the Sydney Aquarium. Harry tells her about Andrew’s heritage and says he is ashamed of himself. He is not ashamed of his fellow Aboriginals because he is not really one of them. They fall asleep. Harry wakes to find a great white shark staring at him.

In Chapter 25, Mr. Bean, Harry goes to the bar and interviews Alex, the manager, who exhibits a testy attitude, but tells Harry that Inger was friendly with Otto. Back at the police station, the officers figure out that the rapes and murders almost always took place in locations where Otto’s circus was performing and they decide to attend his performance and arrest him afterward.

In Chapter 26, Another Patient, Harry visits Andrew at the hospital and recounts how Andrew has apparently been trying to lead him to...

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