The Last Supper: A Novel - Book III, Christopher, Chapters 7-12 and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Charles McCarry
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Book III, Christopher, Chapters 7-12 and Epilogue Summary

Stephanie goes with Paul to the Harbor and suggests that they conceive a child. Mitchell in the veterans' hospital recalls the rolled newspaper signal that the agent gives for Hubbard's murder. Paul is devastated since this gesture tells him who has killed everyone he loves. He fears for Stephanie and a child and cannot believe that he wants to kill someone whom he has always loved.

In Chapter 8, Paul invites himself to lunch at Alice Hubbard's house and finds David Patchen there. Alice chides Paul about his relationship with Stephanie, whom she knows from the voyage of the Paris. She is surprised the David has not pumped Paul about China and wishes that Graham's broadcast had been stopped. Waddy drops in. He is a cult hero on college campuses, lecturing about...

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