Debt of Honor - Chapters 17-23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 17-23 Summary

Russia is in a celebratory mood, and Jack is in the midst of it all. He meets with his old adversary, Sergey Golovko, who informs Jack of the following: he knows that the CIA has two operatives in Japan posing as Russian journalists, and he has inactive agents in Japan who can now be activated to work with Jack in gathering information. As well, Russia is currently paying a Japanese firm to explore the mineral resources in Siberia, but recently discovered documents indicate that the Japanese are not revealing the true extent and nature of the mineral resources. Golovko offers continued protective cover for Jack's agents in exchange for their assistance in the Siberian matter. Against this backdrop, the Presidents of the U.S. and Russia give joint signals for the last silo in each country to be blown up. The...

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