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The Secret Agent Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5 Summary

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Chapter 5 Summary

The Professor walks down the street, his hand wrapped around the detonator in his pocket. The Professor observes the people he walks past, amazed at how secure they all feel, unaware that at any time a bomb could go off and kill all of them. The Professor then turns into an alley between two busy streets and runs into Chief Inspector Heat. The Professor's hand tightens on the detonator. Heat says that he is not interested in The Professor today. The Professor laughs and says he better be glad for that, because he will never succeed in arresting him.

Chief Inspector Heat is still thinking of the scene that he has just come from. Heat assured the Secretary of State himself last month that no acts of terrorism would happen in the near future, because Heat himself has his eye on all known terrorists. Except this morning...

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