The Spy Who Came in from the Cold - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Fiedler and Leamas discuss Mundt's time in London. They refer to an important assassination called the Fennan case. Mundt manages to escape because the British intelligence officer involved is afraid of the damage to his own career. Fiedler learns more about Karl's interactions with Control. Fiedler asks Leamas about Mundt. Fiedler claims that Mundt might be the special agent. A reply has come from one of the banks Leamas wrote to, using his fake signature. It states that the money he deposited was withdrawn during a trip that Mundt took to the same city at the same time. Leamas insists that this is not possible. He does not believe that there could be a double agent in Berlin that he would not know about. When Fiedler mentions Liz, Leamas warns him that she cannot be brought into the mission for any reason.

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