The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Jonas Jonasson
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Nombeko's chances inside the compound don't get much better, because no thanks to The Engineer, the technicians solve a few glitches and start asking for a test detonation. Again, she needed to slow the project down in a way that didn't draw attention to The Engineer's shortcomings. His team had begun drilling in the Kalahari Desert in preparation for the test. Because the Chinese girls were so resourceful with the antifreeze poisoning, she turned to them again for help. It turned out that through some sneaking around on their part, the Chinese girls's mother was on the approved list of mail to go in and out of the compound. Her name, with the word "Professor" tagged onto it, was above security clearance. Using this address, Nombeko writes a letter to the President of the United States, Jimmy Carter, to tell him about South Africa's...

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