Noble House: A Novel of Contemporary Hong Kong - Chapter 9-17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9-17 Summary

Brian Kwok has the severed ear analyzed by the police pathologist, Dr. Meng. The John Chen case does not fit the typical kidnapping pattern for the local area. Both Armstrong and Kwok think that Chen is already dead. They are both summoned by the head of SI, Roger Crosse.

Crosse wants to find the link between Bartlett and the gun smuggling, Tsu-yan fleeing to Taipei and John Chen's disappearance. Crosse tells them that there is a KGB spy ring in Asia and Hong Kong, code named Sevrin that holds high positions in government and business. Crosse thinks that the gun smuggling and disappearances are somehow linked to the spy ring. Kwok and Armstrong discuss the information and Kwok says that the only one that could be the spy is Crosse.

Ian reads the same file the police officers read before the...

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