The Last Supper: A Novel - Book II, Wolkowicz, Chapters 4-7 Summary & Analysis

Charles McCarry
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Book II, Wolkowicz, Chapters 4-7 Summary

Meanwhile, in Washington, DC, Barney supervises the searching of the apartment of a suspected Soviet agent, Jocelyn Frick. He has been investigating her secret twenty-year affair with her boss, Mordecai Bashian, who has been using her as a courier to communist associates. Arresting her, Waddy assures her that her forced prostitution will not come out if she testifies before Congress about the Addressee Spy Ring, which includes Waddy. Elliott Hubbard convinces Dennis Foley, the Committee's fiery counsel, to allow a lesser charge if Waddy pleads guilty, and insists that Barney has evidence of espionage against no one but Bashian. They agree to protect The Outfit's name. Waddy and Bashian are given a year in prison.

For this work, Barney in Chapter 5 again receives The Outfit's highest award. He invites Paul to attend the ceremony. Later...

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