Our Man in Havana - Part 2, Chapter 3 - Interlude in London Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 3 - Interlude in London Summary

When Wormold gets back from his trip, he finds several telegrams waiting for him. He also has a note saying Dr. Hasselbacher wants to speak with him urgently. Wormold deals with the telegrams first. He learns that some of his proposed agents have been rejected but a Engineer Cifuenes and a professor Sanchez have been accepted. He also learns that his proposed salary for the men was too low and has been increased. As he is reading the messages Lopez tells him that Hasselbacher is on the phone and it sounds urgent. Wormold speaks with him and Hasselbacher asks him to come over quickly, something bad has happened.

Wormold goes to Hasselbacher's house and finds the man very shaken. He looks older and Wormold can tell something violent has happened. As he walks...

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