The Spy's Wife - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

The story has now returned from the flashback back to Molly's living room in the present day. Monk introduces himself to her as Aspinall makes tea. Molly states her disbelief in what Monk has told her and gives vague questions to his answers. Monk now calls Aspinall to question him on what he knows so far, and acknowledges that Molly had to find out sooner or later. Molly continues to beg for information, and responds hysterically to Monk's laid back approach.

Monk begins to explain the truth to Molly, who is somewhat incredulous at the news. He tells her that Sam is an agent, and they have his name from the Americans who got it from a KGB worker named Leskov. Continuing, he discusses Sam's inconspicuousness and highlights the irony that he himself once tried to recruit Sam. Molly, still disbelieving, receives the...

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