West with the Night - Book 4, Chapter 22, Benghazi by Candlelight Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 22, Benghazi by Candlelight Summary and Analysis

They land in Benghazi late in the evening. The officials appeared to not know about the forts they were supposed to circle and there was no punishment for their failure to circle the last fort. However, they have to go through so much paperwork that it was very late by the time they are released to find a hotel. All the hotels in the area are full and they are forced to take two rooms at a local brothel. While helping the madam make dinner, Blix learned her life story, including the fact that she was stolen as a small child and that she would like to return to her home country. Blix told Beryl that he intended to give the woman some money to help with her journey home.

Several days later...

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