The Book of Evidence - Part 2, Section 4 (pages 168-183) Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Section 4 (pages 168-183) Summary

Montgomery learns that his counsel wants to make a bargain for a guilty plea and that his mother has left Coolgrange to her stable hand Joanne. She has left money for Daphne and for Van's schooling, but nothing for Montgomery himself. Montgomery thinks this is her retribution for their last fight and his crime, but he finds that she rewrote her will nearly eight years ago.

Montgomery returns to his story. He stays quietly at Charlie French's house. He sees little of Charlie and feels that Charlie is avoiding him. He often goes for rambles in the town, exhilarated that no one knows what he has done. He comes back early one night and finds Charlie having a dinner party that he wasn't invited to. He plays waiter while a nervous Charlie watches his every move.

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