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The Other Woman: A Novel - Chapter 40 - Chapter 48 Summary & Analysis

Daniel Silva
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At the beginning of Chapter 40, Gabriel arrived at an MI6 safehouse in Britain called Wormwood Cottage. He took a hike across the moor while considering the new information Morosov gave him, and decided that finding the woman with whom the Englishman in Beirut had a child would be the best course of action. Resolving to search through old MI6 files related to Beirut at the time, he entered the cottage where Graham Seymour was waiting and told him everything he had learned, including that the mole was the child of legendary spy Kim Philby.

Chapter 41 begins with a brief history of Philby’s life. Born in India, Philby returned to England for school and while at Cambridge developed communist sympathies, which led to him joining the party. Philby along with four other friends from Cambridge began working for Moscow while posing as...

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