The Book of Evidence - Part 2, Section 3 (pages 149-167) Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Section 3 (pages 149-167) Summary

Montgomery describes his time at Charlie French's house as a fugitive pacing floors and watching endlessly out the window for signs that anyone is coming to get him. He feels that his previous life belonged to another but that he knew it intimately. He cannot fully think about what he has done. Even when he says he "did it" he's not quite sure what it is that he is admitting to. Then he says that he admits freely that he killed, and given his time over he would do it again. He even says he can't say he didn't mean to kill her, only that he doesn't know when precisely he began to mean it.

Montgomery says he cannot think where in the whole process he decided she should die. Then, he quickly changes his claim to...

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