The Bone Clocks - Crispin Hershey's Lonely Planet, 2015 - February 21, 2017; August 20, 2018; Summary & Analysis

David Mitchell
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In February 21, 2017, Crispin is on another book tour and has a stop in Perth, Western Australia. He is derisive of the work of another author who makes a comment aimed at Crispin's recent divorce from Zoe. She then makes a scathing remark about Crispin's “advocacy of a convicted drug dealer. She's referring to Richard Cheeseman and Crispin says Cheeseman is a victim of a “miscarriage of justice.” Crispin says the thirty grams in Cheeseman's suitcase must have been planted there but the other author says the jury concluded he was “above Colombian law.” Crispin argues that drug smuggling is a crime against the country of origin and that Cheeseman should have been tried in a United Kingdom court. Crispin knows he can secure Cheeseman's release by confessing to owning the drugs himself, but he believes that he could...

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