The Lost Girls of Paris - Chapters 25 - 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 begins a week after Eleanor’s meeting with the Director. Now in Paris, she spent her days tracking down leads and attempting to discover Marie’s and the others’ fates. One night in the lobby of her hotel, she saw a man reading a newspaper describing an impending war crime trial. She left to go to her room, and soon he knocked on her door. He introduced himself as Henri Duquet, a member of the French resistance, and told her that she had blood on her hands. He asked her to follow him, and took her to what was previously the German intelligence headquarters. Eleanor searched the now-abandoned building for clues about Marie’s whereabouts, and encountered a code in a book of poetry that spelled the word “London”. Henri suggested to her that a traitor had infiltrated the SOE, resulting in...

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