The Last Supper: A Novel - Book III, Christopher, Chapters 1-3 Summary & Analysis

Charles McCarry
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Book III, Christopher, Chapters 1-3 Summary

A week before Molly's murder, Paul joins her in Zermatt, Switzerland, for the holidays and some skiing. She had been in hiding there while he has been in Washington, DC, and Vietnam, making the enemies who now threaten their lives. At breakfast on the hotel terrace, Paul studies every face for the possible killer. Wearing a new Tyrolean hat, Barney enters, complaining about the cold. Molly introduces herself. Barney knows that Paul is a spy. Molly has only in the last month learned that Paul is too. Barney reports that Patchen has ordered everyone to avoid Paul and shows proof that the Truong toc has ordered Molly's assassination to make Paul suffer. Paul must return to Vietnam, entrusting Molly to Webster. Horace is in Saigon, willing to help. Barney gives him the name and number...

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