The Book of Evidence - Part 1, Section 7 (pages 102-119) Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Section 7 (pages 102-119) Summary

Montgomery continues his tale. He leaves the village in the all-but-stolen car, unknowingly leaving behind a trail of evidence rather than his troubles. He mentions that this is hardly the work of "careful premeditation" and then in brackets asks why "every other thing" he says "sounds like the sly preamble to a plea of mitigation." He goes on to say that he was not thinking at all, but enjoying the ride to Whitewater.

At the gates, he passes a tour bus, empty except for the driver. He muses that the driver will become a witness, and the police will not understand his brazen disregard. He thinks there will be a simple business transaction between him and Behrens, not a police investigation, headlines and "all the rest of it." He takes a driveway to the back of the...

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