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Sweet Tooth - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Back in London, Serena reflected on her dilemma. Had she not joined MI5, she would have never met Tom. If she’d told him she was with MI5 when they met, he would have shown her the door. As she grew to love him, she couldn’t bring herself to tell him for fear of losing him. She had been trapped. She wished she had enough nerve and money to just disappear. Awake at 4 a.m., she envisioned newspapers carrying Tom’s statement being delivered all over London. Tom’s integrity would be destroyed before he really got started. She pictured the powers that be at the Service trying to salvage the rest of the program.

As Serena left the house, she saw a stack of mail that had been set aside for her. In the pile was a postcard from Jeremy with a...

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