Kremlin's Candidate - Chapters 28 - 32 Summary & Analysis

Jason Matthews
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In Chapter 28, Nate, Burns, and Bunty discussed the possibility that Nate could recruit Grace as a spy. Burns suggested that Nate use something other than sex to connect with her because he did not want Grace pinning for him after he left.

When Nate next saw Grace, he was surprised when she called him by his full name. He did not remember telling her his full name. Over dinner, she began to talk about her history. She was an orphan whose parents, a musician and a professor, were imprisoned for being open-minded. She went to the university in Britain. She talked most about yoga and described how a Bengali Indian had taught her the poses in the back of a Chinese medicine shop. Grace’s background offered so many exploitable motivations that Nate thought Grace was almost too good to be true. He...

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