Harlot's Ghost - Afterward: Washington, Rome, 1964-1965 Summary & Analysis

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Afterward: Washington, Rome, 1964-1965 Summary

Harry states that his affair with Kittredge didn't start for another six years, after which they met once a week until Hugh and Christopher's accident. Meanwhile, Harlot talks to a room full of important Agency people about Oswald and everything the CIA has to lose. Harry is also thinking a lot about the death of Marilyn Monroe, and then starts brooding about Bill Harvey. He starts wondering about who really killed Kennedy, even suspecting J. Edgar Hoover.

In Chapter 2, Kittredge writes to Harry that revolutions are sealed in blood, and she gives him the rest of the transcript from Hugh's conversation with Harvey back in Berlin, years ago. Apparently, Harvey was a double agent for the FBI the whole time, and Hugh held it over his head for a long time. Harry writes love letters to Kittredge...

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