The Book of Evidence Characters

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Frederick Montgomery

Frederick Montgomery is the narrator of his own testimony of his murder of Josie Bell. He outlines the details leading up to the crime, the crime itself and the events beyond the murder. Montgomery is narcissistic and shows strong signs of psychological antisocial behaviors.

Montgomery is also a liar, and his account cannot be taken as truth. He says that he married his wife Daphne in America and that they lived on a Mediterranean Island where he got into debt to a local crime boss. They have one son, Van. Montgomery also talks of other personalities within him. One is the innocent ghost child lost to him now, and the other is an explosive character called Billy Bunter. He blames Bunter for the murder of Josie Bell, but he also knows that he is Bunter.

Montgomery frequents a homosexual haunt in Dublin and goes there to meet...

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