The Sicilian - Chapters 29-31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 29-31 Summary

Michael and Peter were taken to Palermo and questioned by Inspector Velardi. He says they are involved in a conspiracy to help Turi escape and they are preparing confessions for them to sign. Just them Don Croce arrives. Minister Trezza phones the Inspector who tells Michael and Peter that they are free to go. Velardi was shot to death five days later.

Michael returned to America two days later. He talks to his father about the Guiliano affair and finds that his father has not intention of releasing the Testament. Vito Corleone tells his son that Turi lingered trying for a chance to kill Don Croce and that was his undoing. When Michael had been injured in the bomb blast in Sicily, Vito Corleone made a deal with Don Croce. In exchange for his son's protection, he would see that the...

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