The Spy's Wife - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

Molly refuses to let Monk out of her sight as he searches the house. As he searches her study, she watches on while sitting in Sam's old leather chair. The chair conjures up thoughts of her relationship with Sam and the past. Although they had made love in the chair, their experimentation had gone no further. She acknowledges their marriage was rather conventional, in contrast to what those in Doncaster pictured. Those people imagined her life and marriage to be glamorous, all theatre visits and cocktail parties. She almost believed this vision when she was in Doncaster. However, Sam was particularly domesticated and they had in fact moved away from the city. Molly thinks, without regret, how different life would have been if she had indeed married Trevor.

Pushing her thoughts aside, she questions Monk on where Sam is likely to be. He...

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