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Harlot's Ghost Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part IV: Montevideo, 1956-59. Chapters 20-24 Summary

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Part IV: Montevideo, 1956-59. Chapters 20-24 Summary

In Chapter 20, Harry doesn't call Hunt right away but writes to Kittredge instead. He doesn't know what to do and decides not to tell Hunt about the note. The Washington bureau asks a million questions about the conversation, but he stands firm.

Howard says he will be back Harry up on his report in Chapter 21. Kittredge calls; she says that Harry should tell Hugh he called the day before with the details of the Boris situation, because Hugh has checked with his contacts at the Soviet Desk and figured out that something's missing. Kittredge and Harry arrange a complicated phone call from Hugh to Harry from a payphone. Hunt returns and gets angry with Harry; he tells him never to use the secure line again. When Harry finally talks to Hugh, Hugh tells him that he did...

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