The Redbreast - Part Nine: Judgment Day and Part Ten: The Resurrection Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 94: Oslo. 17 May 2000.

In an unaddressed letter, the murderer pleads his case. He has made decisions in his life that have been between two or more evils. But, he has not lived like a coward. The course he took had cost the loss of lives and could result in more deaths. Everyone was fallible. In the end, God was the only judge. He hoped that he was dead when his letter was read. “I hope we will all be dead.” (469)

Harry sped over to Sindre’s apartment, but there was no answer. He retrieved a crowbar from his car. Someone buzzed-in Harry at the main door. When there was no answer at Sindre’s door, Harry broke the lock with the crowbar and gained entry. The furniture was shoved in a corner and draped with sheets...

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