The Expats: A Novel - "Today, 10:54 a.m." through Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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The chapter titled as “Today, 10:54 a.m.” picks up Kate’s story in present tense. She gives the woman a guarded hug and they exchange pleasantries, but Kate is alarmed when the woman starts asking specifics about where she lives. Kate makes arrangements for her and Dexter to meet the woman for dinner at 5 p.m., but she will not give the woman her phone number. Instead, Kate asks for hers. The woman obliges and asks Kate to tell Dexter that the colonel is dead.

Chapter 4 jumped back to Kate and Dexter’s first month in Luxembourg. They took their children out to eat again because they have had a busy time settling into their new apartment. At dinner, Kate complained that Dexter was working a lot and not helping the family settle into their new apartment. She pushed him...

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