The Good Doctor - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Damon Galgut
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Chapter 15 Summary

Not wanting to be observed, Frank walks (instead of driving) to the Brigadier's compound and finds it dark and deserted. He sees something unidentifiable moving in front of him and he falls back in fear. Frank returns home cut and dirty, showers and goes to bed. The next day Laurence inquires about the cut on his head. Frank lies and says he bumped into the medicine cabinet.

Tehogo has left, but Dr. Ngema insists that Tehogo might return, so she does not want to try to hire anyone in his place. The hospital will have to manage without a nurse for the moment. Frank asks her why she'd even consider taking Tehogo back after his disappearance. Dr. Ngema excuses his behavior by saying that Tehogo has had a hard time lately, implying that Frank is the cause of his difficulties.

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