The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

Jonas Jonasson
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Summary

Agent B had officially retired from the Mossad one week earlier, at his 65th birthday. Instead of enjoying retirement, however, he traveled to Sweden, unable for the last decade to shake the story of the bomb and the African woman. He still had one more address to check out, that of Celestine's grandmother. As he approaches the house he sees the potato truck parked in the driveway, with the back cargo open and the bomb sitting inside.

Inside the house, when Nombeko explains to everyone who Agent B is, the Prime Minister takes charge and commands him to lower his weapon or he will call Israel's Prime Minister immediately. Agent B complies and Gertrud fixes him a drink. Nombeko and Agent B tell the king and the PM the story of the bomb in greater detail. Back at the palace, the king's security force...

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