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Too Late the Phalarope - Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34 Summary

Pieter returns to his office and after a time he is summoned to the captain's office. The captain tells him that he received a call the previous night and he had been summoned to Johannesburg that very morning in order to deal with a matter of utmost importance. He then tells Pieter that a charge has been laid against him under Act 5 of 1927, the Immorality Act.

The lieutenant denies the charge and is then questioned by the captain. Later the two captains have the clothes allegedly worn on the night in question brought to the station. The shoes are compared to an imprint taken at the scene but do not match. Then the jacket is inspected and in it, a small colored seashell is found. Ostensibly, Stephanie put this there on the night in question. Pieter attempts to lie, saying that he wore that jacket when spending...

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