The Spy's Wife - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Molly omits to pack her father's lunch as her mother normally would do, much to his disappointment. After Ivor leaves for work, Monk arrives at the house, expressing his concern for her mother's wellbeing.

The pair discusses Llewellyn, and Monk expresses the theory that he had been here to meet Sam, and not for the first time. Llewellyn had recognized Molly through Danny, as Sam had used dog walking as an excuse for the meetings. Monk fears for Molly walking the dog alone, and Molly sees him as sincere. She feels faint, and Monk takes care of her. He cooks her Irish stew to make her feel better, which leads to Molly warming to him slightly, and is able to open up to him about her childhood. Monk drives Molly to the hospital and squeezes her hand as she leaves.

Molly is scared...

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