The Spy Who Came in from the Cold - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

Leamas and Kiever fly to The Hague. Kiever leaves Leamas at a hotel called Le Mirage. Here he meets Peter, the man he is supposed to tell all his secrets to. He tells Peters that he needs to go into Soviet territory for protection after defecting. Leamas tells Peters his life story. His career as a spy begins in 1939 when he is recruited to a linguistic squad and stationed in Holland. In 1943, he moves to Norway, and then returns to Holland in 1945. He takes a break before returning to service in 1949. He names his contacts in British intelligence and explains that he served in the London office for several years until putting together the Berlin spy network in the 1950s. This takes them up to the death of Karl Riemeck. Peters asks him for more details about the Berlin operation from 1951 to 1961.

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