The Bat: The First Inspector Harry Hole Novel - Chapters 34 - 39 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34, Frogner Lido’s Top Board, finds Harry filling McCormack in on everything he knows about the case. McCormack likens the situation to soldiers from New Zealand continually fighting in wars to help others and says there is no point in letting the truth about Andrew come out. Harry agrees to keep it between them and confirms that he is leaving the next day. Afterward, Harry walks through the city and recalls his relationship with a former girlfriend named Kristin, who ended their relationship similarly by saying “What’s the point?” He wonders what Andrew had been trying to tell him and why he had done everything he did, then he goes into a bar and sees a drink on the menu called Black Snake. The waiter says it is Jim Beam and Coke, and Harry orders a double Black Snake without any...

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