Agent 6 - Pages 331 - 439 Summary & Analysis

Tom Rob Smith
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City of Kabul, Sar-E-Chowk Roundabout, Same Day – Leo looks over Sar-E-Chowk, a busy intersection and marketplace. Captain Anton Vaschenko is determined to make an arrest that day, and Leo wishes to comply. The individual given up by Nara’s mother is Dost Mohammad. Brute force will be used in broad daylight. Night arrests in Russia are feared; in Afghanistan, they are considered cowardly. Dost sells sweetened foods at the market, and so Leo is on the lookout for such a man. Dost is in his late twenties or early thirties, and was the mastermind behind the attacks. Leo finds such a man whose hatred of Soviets shows past his careful restraint, and Leo buys some sugarcoated almonds from him before returning to report to Anton. Leo tells Anton it will probably end badly, but Anton says it will not end badly for him...

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