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Sweet Tooth - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Tom wrote that he scrubbed the flat of her presence there. He was erasing her from his life. He hadn’t answered her phone calls because he was avoiding the press and he wasn’t ready to talk to her. When he drove his sister back to Bristol after Christmas, he was approached by a stranger. The man didn’t seem threatening and knew Tom’s name. He had something to tell him about Serena. It was Max, and they agreed to have coffee together.

Max told Tom his and Serena's employer's name. He produced some internal memos with Serena’s name on them as proof. He told him about the entire Sweet Tooth project. He defended the Secret Service for initiating the project. Max claimed to be telling him everything for his own good. If it ever came out, it could ruin Tom...

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